Gold prices edge up on doubts of US-China trade resolution
Bullion is up nearly 8.4% this month with silver heading for its biggest monthly gain since December; platinum is slightly down
Bengaluru — Gold prices edged up on Friday amid doubts that a highly anticipated meeting between the US and China would ease trade tensions, driving bullion to its best month in three years.
Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,414.24 an ounce at 11.33am GMT. Gold has risen nearly 8.4% so far this month, on track for its biggest monthly percentage gain since June 2016...