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    America 's
    gold is heading for the biggest weekly gain in five weeks ,
    gold prices rose on Friday and is heading for the biggest weekly gains since mid - April with the dollar 's decline in light of political tensions in the United States.
    In the previous session, turn off the yellow metal rally lasted five days and fell by 1.1 percent as investors took profits in its biggest daily percentage losses since the third of May.
    By 0819 GMT , gold rose 0.4 percent online transactions to $ 1250.96 an ounce ( an ounce). The metal climbed 1.9 percent since the beginning of the week and is heading the biggest weekly gain in five weeks to register.
    The decline in US gold futures contracts 0.1 percent to $ 1251.10 an ounce.
    The dollar index, which tracks the performance of the greenback against a basket of major currencies, rose 0.3 percent on Friday after it regained some of its health in overseas markets with the support of strong US economic data.
    Among other precious metals, palladium rose 0.5 percent to $ 765.90 an ounce. The metal fell five percent since the beginning of the week , heading for incurring the biggest weekly loss since late January.
    Platinum was down 0.4 percent to $ 930.25 an ounce , while silver rose 0.9 percent to $ 16.69 an ounce.
    It rose Almadnan about 1.7 percent and 1.4 percent since the beginning of the week, respectively , and heading the largest weekly Mkasphma to register since the week ending April 14.


    Milan
    rising European stock index
    European stocks rose slightly in early trading on Friday to offset some of the sharp losses suffered earlier this week after heightened political tensions in the United States concerns about the stimulus plans of US President Donald Trump , which reduced investor appetite for risk. By 0725 GMT , the index Stoxx 600 increased European shares 0.3 percent, but it fell 1.5 percent since the beginning of the week , its biggest weekly loss since early November. The index rose 100 British Financial Times 0.4 percent, while blue - chip stocks index rose in the euro area 0.3 percent.
    While gains included all sectors, shares of the pharmaceutical sector and the financial sector provided the biggest support for the index Stokes where the high share Roche pharmaceutical industry 0.6 percent , supported by Barclays to raise its price target, as the Spanish bank Santander shares rose 0.8 percent.
    Among the stocks that recorded the largest movements Dufry shares , which rose 6.9 percent after the company Richemont luxury goods bought five percent stake in the company.
    The shares came down Hikma Pharmaceuticals 4.9 percent after the pharmaceutical company lowered its forecast for revenue. It rose France 's CAC 40 indexes and the German DAX 0.2 percent and 0.1 percent at the open.


    Europe 's
    current account surplus for the euro zone fell in Amarmen a record
    data of the European Central Bank showed on Friday that the rate of surplus in the current account of the euro area fell slightly in March but is still near its highest level ever. The average surplus dropped to take seasonal factors and working days into account 34.1 billion euros from 37.8 billion in the previous month , while the highest level ever reached.
    The data is adjusted to the high surplus to 44.8 billion euros from 27.8 billion due to a sharp increase in the trade surplus of goods and services.
    Over the past 12 months it has increased the surplus region , which includes 19 countries to 3.4 percent of GDP from 3.3 percent a year ago.



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