Marginal rise in global gold prices
Global gold prices rose marginally in trading today, Monday, after US consumer prices rose more than expected in April.
The price of futures contracts for the precious metal for delivery next August was 1906.40 dollars an ounce, with a growth of 0.06%, equivalent to 1.10 dollars.
The spot price of gold increased by the same percentage, or $ 1.15, recording $ 1,904.92 an ounce.
At that time, the US dollar index, which measures the performance of the green paper, rose marginally against a basket of 6 major currencies, marginally, by 0.06% at 90.050 points.