Gold futures settled higher on Tuesday, finding support from weakness in U.S. equities and the dollar. However, comments from Federal Reserve officials on the potential for future interest-rate hikes limited gains for the metal. June gold settled at $1,276.90 an ounce, up $2.70, or 0.2%. That was the highest settlement since May 6.
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