Gold at its highest level in 3 weeks, amid a slight decline in the dollar


Global gold prices rose on Tuesday to a three-week high, surpassing $1,800 an ounce, supported by a drop in the dollar index.

And at (7:25 GMT), the yellow metal rose in spot trading by $ 14, or 0.78 percent.

To trade at $1805.81 an ounce, the highest level since the June 16 session.

And gold futures prices increased from August by $22.7, or 1.27 percent, to $1,806 an ounce.


Gold prices benefited from a decline in the dollar index by 0.37 percent against six major currencies to 92.078.

The market is awaiting the results of the last Fed meeting, in which it expected the start of raising interest rates by 2023, as the minutes of the meeting will be revealed tomorrow, Wednesday.