U.S. gold rose on Wednesday due to a weaker dollar and stronger euro
U.S. gold rose on Wednesday due to a weaker dollar and stronger euro.
The most active June delivery gold climbed 60 cents to $429.20 an ounce at early trade on the New York Mercantile Exchange's Comex division, trading from $428 to $429.40.
April contract futures advanced 40 cents to $426.40, trading between $425.50 and $426.80.
Traders this week were transferring April positions into June gold before first notice day for delivery on Thursday.