Gold pares gains after Libya declares ceasefire
LONDON (Reuters) - Gold pared gains to $1,414.45 an ounce after Libya on Friday declared a ceasefire to comply with a United Nations resolution passed overnight.
Gold was at $1,417.60 an ounce at 1251 GMT after a session high of $1,423.70 following $1,402.4 late in New York on Thursday.
(Reporting by Sue Thomas; editing by Keiron Henderson)
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