Gold continues to rise after political decisions in the United States
Gold prices rose on Wednesday after the US president's decision to dismiss the foreign minister there, ahead of economic data.
By 0630 GMT, the price of gold futures for April delivery rose 0.1 percent to $ 1328.8 an ounce.
While the spot price of the yellow metal settled at $ 1327 an ounce, while silver futures rose 0.08% to $ 16.64 an ounce.
In yesterday's session, gold metal rose to $ 1327.10 an ounce, gaining $ 6.30.
The US president yesterday decided in a surprise move to dismiss the foreign minister from his post and appoint "Mike Pompeo," director of the Central Intelligence Office instead.
A senior State Department official said the US president did not explain to Rex Tilerson why he was fired.
Later in the day, US Retail Sales and Producer Prices data are due to be announced later in the day.