Bengaluru — Gold edged lower on Friday, on track to post its worst week in two months, as positive US economic data and optimism over an interim US-China trade deal boosted appetite for riskier assets and dented some of bullion’s allure.

Spot gold edged 0.1% lower to $1,550.96/oz by 1.18am GMT. For the week, prices have declined 0.7% so far, its lowest since the week ended November 8. US gold futures was flat at $1,550.80/oz...

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