Gold prices edged higher last week as markets awaited further developments on U.S.-China trade talks after Beijing said it would retaliate against Washington for passing a law in support of Hong Kong protesters.
Meanwhile Oil prices fell on Friday, dropping more than 4%, on fresh trade tensions and record high U.S. crude production ahead of the OPEC meeting.
OPEC and its allies are expected to discuss output policy at a meeting on Dec. 5-6 in Vienna.
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