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Gold rises as employment report further derails dollar

Copper prices take a breather following Tuesday’s 19-month high

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Gold futures ended higher Wednesday as the dollar fell and as analysts cited physical demand for the precious metal, softening a monthly loss and helping gold notch its six-straight quarterly advance.

Gold for June delivery, the most active contract, ended the New York floor session with a rise of $8.80, or 0.8%, to $1,114.50 an ounce.

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