Feb 22 (Reuters) - Gold prices rose on Thursday, driven by a retreating U.S. dollar and safe-haven demand on the back of the Middle East conflict while investors await further U.S. economic data for a steer on interest rate expectations.
Spot gold gained 0.1% to $2,027.80 an ounce by 1300 GMT, having hit $2,031.99 on Wednesday for its highest since Feb. 9. U.S. gold futures rose 0.2% to $2,038.10...[LINK]