Gold futures finish higher as dollar, bonds slides
Gold futures finished higher on Tuesday, kindled by the weakness in dollar and bond yield notes. Moreover, safe haven appeal of the bullion amidst lingering Middle east geopolitical tensions and cautiousness ahead to key US inflation reading this week lifted yellow metal rates.

Gold futures for April delivery up by $5.20 or 0.25% to $2044.10 per ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile. While, spot gold added by $0.17 points or 0.01% to $2,030.65 ounce.