The price for the yellow metal has crossed the level at $1,341.
Gold demonstrates a nearly 3-month minimum
On Monday, gold started the week close to its lowest value for three months because mostly positive American economic data reinforced already high hopes that the Fed will lift interest rates at its December gathering, and that further rises are probable in 2018.
In New York, gold futures stood intact, sticking to $1,270.33 a troy ounce, having settled at their lowest outcome since early August on Friday.
The previous week the number one precious commodity notched a weekly loss of approximately 0.2%, which is its third such a dip in a row.
On Friday, the Institute for Supply Management informed that its non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index tacked on to its highest value since 2005.
Another report revealed that in September, fresh orders for American made goods rallied for the second straight month, while orders for core capital goods soared more than expected.
It came right after the monthly American jobs report unveiled that the Us economy managed to add fewer jobs in October than anticipated, although unemployment rate slumped to its lowest value since December 2000.
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