Gold may 'sky-rocket' on weak dollar and rising geo-political tensions

Bullion has risen 11% this year

Tom Eckett
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Gold may 'sky-rocket' on weak dollar and rising geo-political tensions

Gold's strong run could continue as the US dollar weakens and investors seek safe-havens in the face of increasing geo-political risks, according to Prestige Economics.

The price of gold bullion has risen 11% this year as investors look to the commodity as a refuge from the uncertainty surrounding US President Donald Trump's political and economic policies. Gold bullion...

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