March 6 (Reuters) - Gold prices gained on Wednesday to trade near previous session's record highs as markets expect Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's testimony later in the day to reveal clues on a potential June rate cut.
Spot gold was gained 0.3% to $2,132.80 per ounce, as of 1249 GMT after hitting a historic high of $2,141.59 per ounce in the prior session. U.S. gold futures were steady at $2,141.60...[LINK]