BENGALURU (Reuters) - Gold prices inched lower on Thursday as the Federal Reserve forecast two more U.S. rate increases this year after raising rates on Wednesday, although lingering worries over trade tensions between Washington and Beijing prevented steeper losses. FUNDAMENTALS - Spot gold was down 0.1 percent to $1,298.61 per ounce at 0047 GMT.
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