Bengaluru — Gold prices scaled a more than one-week peak on Thursday, as the dollar slipped after dovish remarks from the US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell boosted the case for an interest rate cut later in July.

Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,424.21/oz as of 3.37am GMT, after earlier hitting its highest level since July 3 at $1,426.

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