LONDON, May 3 (Reuters) - Gold prices rose more than 1 percent to one-week highs, bolstered by a weaker dollar ahead of monthly jobs data from the United States.
Spot gold rose 1.2 percent to its highest level since April 26 at $1,483.50 an ounce and was then at $1,482.10 by 1018 GMT. The metal broke strong chart resistance at $1,480, which may signal further gains, traders said.
The U.S. nonfarm payrolls report is scheduled for release at 1230 GMT.
(Reporting by Clara Denina; Editing by William Hardy)