The U.S. dollar was mixed against other major currencies in European trading Monday morning. Gold fell.
The euro traded at US$1.3169, up from US$1.3162 late Friday in New York.
Other dollar rates:
120.62 Japanese yen, down from 121.04
1.2308 Swiss francs, down from 1.2332
1.1597 Canadian dollars, up from 1.1592
The British pound traded at US$1.9629, down from US$1.9637.
Gold traded in London at US$684.50 per troy ounce, down from US$685.33 late Friday.
In Zurich, the bid price was US$683.25, down from US$683.60.
Gold rose US$7.80 in Hong Kong to US$685.20 an ounce, reports AP.
Silver opened in London at US$14.60 per troy ounce, up from US$14.53.
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