The cost of gold on Thursday morning stabilized slightly below the level of 1795 dollars per troy ounce after growth a day earlier, follows from the data of trading.
A slight correctional decline is contributed by the strengthening of the dollar and the expectation of another increase in the rate of the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed).
The price of February gold futures on the New York Comex exchange declined by $3.4, or 0.19%, to $1,794.6 a troy ounce. Gold rose 0.9 percent on Wednesday, to a maximum of $1,800. March silver futures are down 0.64% to $22.775 an ounce.