JOHANNESBURG – South African gold shares rose to more than one-month high after bullion prices reached a seven-week high on a weaker dollar
The greenback weakened after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump provided little clarity on future fiscal policies at a press briefing on Wednesday.
Spot gold was up 0.5 percent at $1,196.06 per ounce, after touching a high of $1,198.58, its best since Nov. 23.
Johannesburg listed gold sector rose 3.61 percent, its highest level since Nov 29.
By 0934 GMT AngloGold Ashanti rallied 4.34 percent to 163.95 rand, Gold Fields gained 3.41 percent to 46.44 rand, Harmony Gold was up 2.84 percent to 33.37 rand and Sibanye Gold rose 2.16 percent to 27.44 rand.