March 5 (Reuters) - Gold notched a record high on Tuesday, as traders ramped up bets of a start to interest-rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve in June, with investors pouring money into the safe-haven asset as the Middle-East war drags on.
Spot gold climbed 1% to $2,136.69 per ounce by 1332 GMT. U.S. gold futures jumped 0.9% to $2,145.40 per ounce. Gold last hit a record high of $2,135.40 on Dec. 4...[LINK]