LONDON (Reuters) – Gold eased about Thursday within the before session's two-week peak because the dollar strengthened plus oil costs fell, with investors concentrating about coming U.S. budget talks following euphoria over a vote to avert a fiscal crisis faded. A worldwide stock marketplace rally petered out about Thursday because investors started thinking regarding probably future U.S. political battles over spending cuts. Spot gold was at $ 1,681.1 by 1114 GMT, down 0.31 %, having touched a two-week peak above $ 1,694 inside the past session. U.S. gold futures for December delivery were down $ 7.0 an ounce at $ 1,681.80. …
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