Gold extended gains Tuesday to hit near two weeks high, mainly on lingering Euro zone debt worries while silver remained steady.
Gold for immediate delivery was seen trading at $1516.74 an ounce at 12.30pm Singapore time while Silver barely moved at $35.16 an ounce.
Meanwhile euro-denominated bullion rose to a record above 1,081 euros an ounce.
However, Bullion was still below a lifetime high of $1,575.79 an ounce struck in early May.
Holdings of the largest gold-backed exchange traded fund, New York's SPDR Gold Trust, rose 0.63%, while that of the largest silver-backed ETF, New York's iShares Silver Trust, dropped 0.15% from Friday to Monday.
On Monday, Gold futures settled higher, getting some flight-to-safety bids as concerns about euro-zone debt resurfaced and trumped a rising dollar.
June gold futures settled up $6.50 at $1,515.40 an ounce, after touching its own near two-week peak at $1,519.
Spot silver was last at $35.08 ounce. US silver futures shed 18.30 cents to finish at $34.904 an ounce.
A rising dollar and fears the global economy is slowing down weighed on other metals, with the July copper contract /quotes/comstock/21e!f:hgn11 down 3.2% at $3.99 a pound.