Gold futures rose during the US session By

© Reuters Gold futures rose during the US session – Up during the US Thursday session.

On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, they are trading at $1,911.85 an ounce for the month of April, up 0.63% at the time of writing.

The dollar was previously trading at a high per ounce, and it was expected to find support at $1,880.10 and resistance at $1,976.20.

The Dollar Futures Index, which measures the performance of the US dollar in a basket of six other major currencies, rose 0.10% to trade at $96,112.

Elsewhere in Comex, for March delivery, it was up 0.95% to trade at $24,220 an ounce, while it was up 0.16% for March delivery at $4.4910 a pound.

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