Gold rose on Friday on a weaker dollar and tensions between Russia
Gold rose on Friday on a weaker dollar and tensions between Russia and the United States that lifted oil.
"I can see some buying but it has slowed down a little bit. I think they may be running out of bullets," said Beh Hsia Wah, a dealer at United Overseas Bank in Singapore.
Gold rose to $835.50/836.50 an ounce from $832.40/833.40 an ounce late in New York. Gold rallied to $839 an ounce on Thursday, its strongest since August 11, also driven by news of a bullion coin shortage in the U.S.