Gold futures finished higher Wednesday, then wavered above and below their settlement in electronic trade after the U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged but said a rate hike was likely in the near future. Ahead of the Fed news, gold for December delivery settled at $1,331.40 an ounce Wednesday, up $13.20, or 1%, from Tuesday. It traded at $1,331.90 in electronic trading shortly after the Fed announcement.
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