Gold prices struggled to hold their ground above the $1,750-an-ounce level Monday as the U.S. dollar strengthened amid caution over developments in Europe.
The yellow metalâ€™s December futures slipped $3, or 0.2%, to $1,748.40, but were restricted to a narrow $5 dollar range in electronic trading.
On Friday, they soared $23.20 to settle at $1,751.40, their highest level since Oct. 17.
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