June 1 (Reuters) - Gold prices edged lower on Thursday as risky assets got a boost from the passage of a U.S. debt ceiling bill ahead of the Federal Reserve’s key policy setting meeting.


Spot gold slipped 0.11 % to $1,960.09 per ounce by 1014 GMT. It fell 1.4% over the month of May. U.S. gold futures were down 0.2% on the day at $1,977.30...[LINK]