Gold fell to its lowest in more than a week on Monday as hopes the United States and China would reach a trade deal lifted appetite for riskier asset even as the dollar retreated.
* Gold's break below key moving averages a bearish sign-
Gold inched lower on Friday, having posted its biggest daily decline in two weeks in the previous session, as the impact of a weak dollar was offset by gains on Wall Street.
* Silver on track for third week of decline
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* Break below $1,280/oz could trigger further dip in gold-
* SPDR gold holdings drop for seventh session running
Gold rose to its highest in more than a week on Tuesday as the dollar and equities weakened after the International Monetary Fund cut its global economic growth forecasts for the year, with increased buying by central banks lending further support.
* IMF cuts 2019 global growth forecast to 3.3 pct from 3.5
* Platinum hovers below 10-month peak hit on Monday
April 8 Gold prices rose to a more than a
one-week peak on Monday as the dollar slipped on slow U.S. wage
growth last month and a rally in equities stalled, boosting