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Gold prices continued to fall on Friday in Asia as U.S.-Iran tensions deescalated, sending relief to market.On Wednesday, gold prices soared to $1,611, a seven-year high, after Iran fired ballistic missiles at  two Iraqi  air bases housing U.S. forcesBut the day after, U.S. President Donald Trump said he opted to impose new economic sanctions on Iran rather  than  calling for military action against the country. Investors’ appetite  for riskier  assets improved as the move cooled down the tensions between the two countries and a war in the Middle East  became  more unlikely. Most  Asian  markets  continued to climb on Friday morning as well, as trade negotiations between  the  U.S.  and  China  continued  to move  forward. China’s   Vice Premier  Liu  He,  head  of   the  country’s    negotiation  team  in China-U.S. trade talks, is set to visit Washington next week to sign a trade deal with the U.S.

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