Gold futures finished higher Monday for the first time in five trading sessions. A steep decline in U.S. equities, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading below the key 20,000 level, and signs of growing U.S. inflation helped prices rebound. April gold rose $4.90, or 0.4%, to settle at $1,196 an ounce.
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