On Monday, gold prices stabilized at a minimum of six months. Fears of the investors about trade wars intensified after reports of the US plans to ban Chinese companies from investing in US technology companies, Reuters reports. As the government official familiar with the matter said on Sunday, the new rules being developed by the US Treasury will block China from buying American companies engaged in industrially important technologies. By 15:58 Moscow time on Monday, gold was trading at 1 thousand 267 dollars 55 cents per troy ounce versus 1 thousand 268 dollars 49 cents at the closuse of trading on Friday.
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