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ID London - Gold prices rose for a fourth day on Wednesday as the expectation that the US government will enact the country's biggest tax reforms in 30 years held the dollar steady. Gold has risen more than 2% from a five-month low of $1,235.92 on December 12, helped by a weakening dollar that makes gold cheaper for holders of other currencies. However, market players are expected to be wary of taking new positions before the holiday season and prices are on track to register their narrowest trading range of any quarter in a decade in the last three months of 2017. "Gold is coming up from a cyclical bottom. It's going to get quieter due to the upcoming holiday long- [...]



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