The U.S. dollar was mostly lower against other major currencies in European trading Thursday morning. Gold fell.
The euro traded at US$1.3341, up from US$1.3322 late Wednesday in New York.
Other dollar rates:
_117.45 Japanese yen, up from 116.88
_1.2142 Swiss francs, down from 1.2154
_1.1586 Canadian dollars, down from 1.1587
The British pound traded at US$1.9637, up from US$1.9619.
Gold traded in London at US$664.90 per troy ounce, down from US$666.20 late Wednesday.
In Zurich, gold traded at US $663.00, down from US$665.00.
Gold fell 40 cents in Hong Kong to US$665.40.
Silver opened in London at US$13.28 per troy ounce, down from US$13.37.
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