May 3 (Reuters) - Gold firmed well above the $2,000 level on Wednesday, buoyed by uncertainty surrounding the U.S. debt ceiling and other economic headwinds, while investors braced themselves for the Federal Reserve's monetary policy decision.

Spot gold was little changed fell 0.06 % to $2,014.97 per ounce by 1135 GMT, after rising more than 1% on Tuesday...[LINK]