Gold rises on trade war doubts, weak stocks after Hong Kong protests turn violent
Monday, 11 November 2019 () Gold prices rose on Monday on fresh doubts over whether China and the United States can strike a trade deal, while a sluggish start to the week in equities weighed on risk appetite after protests in Hong Kong turned violent over the weekend.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam denounced U.S. legislation protecting human rights in the embattled city after it was passed last week. That comes after a ban by Beijing against U.S. military from visiting..
Hundreds of office workers in Hong Kong's business district gathered on Monday for the first in a week of lunchtime protests backing the pro-democracy movement after its resounding victory in district..
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