(Reuters) - Gold regained its footing on Monday after three straight sessions of losses as the dollar eased and investors remained wary of the U.S. debt ceiling standoff that could fuel worries of a global economic slowdown.

Spot gold was up 0.1% to $2,013.99 per ounce by 1132 GMT, having hit its lowest since May 5 on Friday. U.S. gold futures were mostly unchanged at $2,018.80...[LINK]