* ECB keeps policy unchanged
* Dollar slips from 4-week high
* Spot gold may rise more to $1,965/oz – technicals
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Sept 10 (Reuters) – Gold rose to its highest level on over week on Thursday, as the dollar retreated on weaker-than-expected U.S. jobless claims data and as the European Central Bank (ECB) kept its policy unchanged.
Spot gold rose 0.8% to $1,961.66 per ounce by 1347 GMT, after hitting its highest since Sept. 2 at $1,963.33.
U.S. gold futures were up 0.66 % at $1,967.70.
The dollar index slipped from four-week highs, making gold less expensive for holders of other currencies, post data showing U.S. jobless claims remaining elevated and the ECB decision.
“The weaker dollar in the very short term and other uncertainties in the long term is keeping the