Sep 13 (Reuters) - Gold steadied on Wednesday as traders kept their eyes peeled for U.S. inflation data that could shape the Federal Reserve’s interest rate outlook, although higher U.S. bond yields and a firm dollar kept bullion prices near two-week lows.

Spot gold was steady at $1,912.51 per ounce by 1141 GMT, having touched its lowest level since Aug. 25 at $1,906.50 on Tuesday...[LINK]