Bengaluru — Gold prices dropped on Thursday as risk-on sentiment got a boost after China and the US agreed to hold talks to end their protracted trade dispute.

Spot gold fell 0.5% to $1,545.37/oz as of 3.27am GMT, set to snap a three-day gaining streak. Prices touched $1,557 on Wednesday, their highest since April 2013...

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