(Bloomberg) -- Gold held near a two-month high as investor nervousness following Donald Trump's inauguration weakened the dollar and spurred demand for a haven.

Bullion was little changed in London after earlier reaching the highest since Nov. 22, and has advanced in all but two trading sessions so far this year. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell to near the lowest in a month after Trump began his U.S. presidency by saying he'll focus on American interests, spurring concerns of rising trade protectionism.

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