Key News Overnight:
Spot gold fell 1.4% to US$2,035/oz, after hitting a record high of US$2,073/oz. It added 3% last week for what would be its ninth straight weekly gain. U.S. gold futures settled down 2% at US$2,028/oz.
US-China trade tensions have returned to the forefront as a major driver of price action in global markets. The nerves of market participants were tested on Friday, after US President Donald Trump signed executive orders banning Chinese social media applications TikTok and WeChat.
The dollar bounced off two-year lows and a gauge of global equity markets stopped marching toward a record high on Friday, as slightly better-than-expected data on U.S. job growth in July also snapped big rallies in gold and the euro.
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