Oct 3 (Reuters) - Gold extended losses on Tuesday, hitting a seven-month low as expectations around the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates high boosted the dollar and bond yields, while focus turned to U.S. job openings data due later in the day.

Spot gold was down 0.1% at $1,825.70 per ounce at 1207 GMT, dropping to its lowest since March 9. Bullion was down for a seventh consecutive session...[LINK]