06/15/2016 - 17:01
Gold fell from its highest price in six weeks, which hit in the previous session and ahead of the US Federal Reserve's decision expected later in the day, but worries about the outcome of the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union supported the prices.
At 09:30 GMT, spot gold price fell 0.3 percent to $ 1281.34 an ounce} {ounce, while US gold futures fell for August delivery to $ 3.30 an ounce to $ 1284.80.
And settled for silver in the spot transaction at $ 17.38 while platinum rose 0.5 percent to record of $ 978.25 and palladium climbed 1.2 percent to $ 539.50 an ounce.