Gold prices rose yesterday at the end of trading with the beginning of the G20 to record the highest monthly earnings in 3 years, exceeding $ 100. The rise in yellow metal came as the US dollar fell before it stabilized while trading talks were waiting and after economic data. Gold prices recorded a significant growth in June, rising to the highest level in 2013, coupled with geopolitical tensions in the Middle East, and the move by Feda on a tone that supports direct monetary policy.
By alignment, gold futures for delivery in August increased by 0.1 percent to $ 1413.70 an ounce, recording weekly gains of 1 percent or $ 13 an ounce.
This month, yellow metal won strong gains of 7.8 percent, or $ 102.6 an ounce, which is the highest monthly gain since June 2016.