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Gold Edges Up: Central Bank Meetings, Fed Speakers On Tap

Gold inched again ahead, adding to Friday’s gains, as investors spy economic policy news slated for later this week. Gold for October delivery gained $1.30 per troy ounce, or 0.10%, to $1254.40 Monday. It’s still down 4.5% for the month.
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