Gold futures won back in Asian trading on Monday
Gold futures won back in Asian trading on Monday, ignoring US dollar rise, and short holiday session.
During the session spot gold rose to $433.60 an ounce versus $432.25 at the start of regional trading and $434.30 last quoted in New York Friday.
"We saw some interest off the lows," said a metals dealer in Sydney, one of only a handful of trading centres actively trading bullion.
China is closed all week for its Labour Day holidays, while Japan shuts for Golden Week from Tuesday to Thursday. London markets are also closed on Monday.