Gold fell back to the $1,830 region on Thursday, moving away from a one-week high of $1,855 an ounce touched in the prior session as prospects of a strong recovery in the global economy dented bullion’s safe-haven appeal. On top of that, tepid inflation data minimised investor concerns of unwelcome inflation. Still, massive fiscal spending and continued ultra-easy Federal Reserve monetary policy should drive prices higher in the long-run.