Aug 16 (Reuters) - Gold clawed higher on Wednesday on a weaker dollar and bond yields, recovering some ground after retreating below the key $1,900 level in the last session following robust U.S. economic data.

Bullion traders also positioned for minutes from the Federal Reserve’s July policy meeting for further cues on interest rate strategy, as well as U.S. homebuilding and factory output data later in the day.

Spot gold edged up 0.2%, to $1,905.25 per ounce, by 0946 GMT, while U.S. gold futures were up 0.1%, at 1,936.60...[LINK]