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PRECIOUS-Gold heads for fifth week of gains and silver jumps

* Silver breaches $19 level for the first time since Sept 2014 * Platinum, palladium mark highest since mid-May (Updates prices) By Clara Denina LONDON, July 1 Gold climbed on Friday and was heading for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a weaker dollar and prospects for further monetary policy easing in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Spot gold rose to a session high of $1,341.40 an ounce, and was 1.2 percent higher at $1,336.01 by 1415 GM

PRECIOUS-Gold heads for fifth weekly gain, silver jumps to 22-month high

* Silver breaches $19 level for the first time since Sept 2014 * Platinum, palladium mark highest since mid-May (Updates prices) By Sethuraman N R and Vijaykumar Vedala BENGALURU, July 1 Gold rose on Friday and was headed for its fifth straight weekly gain, boosted by a weaker dollar as the safe-haven asset continued to be in demand despite an increase in risk appetite post the Brexit vote. The dollar pulled back against the yen and also fell against a basket of six

PRECIOUS-Gold heads for fifth weekly gain, silver jumps to 22-month high

* Silver breaches $19 level for the first time since Sept 2014 * Platinum, palladium mark highest since mid-May (Adds comments, updates prices) By Sethuraman N R and Vijaykumar Vedala BENGALURU, July 1 Gold rose on Friday and was headed for its fifth straight weekly gain, boosted by a weaker dollar as the safe-haven asset continued to be in demand despite an increase in risk appetite post the Brexit vote. The dollar pulled back against the yen and also fell against

PRECIOUS-Gold holds overnight gains, heads for fifth weekly gain

BENGALURU, July 1 Gold held on to its overnight gains in Asian trade on Friday and was headed for its fifth straight weekly gain, as a recovery in equity markets post the Brexit vote was offset by a weaker dollar. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was nearly flat at $1,321.56 an ounce by 0101 GMT. It rose 0.2 percent on Thursday, while registering its biggest monthly rise since February. The yellow metal rose over 7 percent during the April-June quarter. * U.S. gold was up 0.

PRECIOUS-Gold set for best month since February after Brexit shock

* World stocks rise for third straight session * Silver prices head for best quarter in four years * GRAPHIC-2016 asset returns: http://reut.rs/1WAiOSC * GRAPHIC-Gold/silver ratio: http://link.reuters.com/kuq35s (Updates prices; adds comment, second byline, NEW YORK dateline) By Marcy Nicholson and Jan Harvey NEW YORK/LONDON, June 30 Gold steadied on Thursday as the other markets showed signs of stabilizing, but remained on track for its biggest monthly rise sin

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