Bank of America: Gold set to hit $3,000 within 18 months

Price target raised by 50%

David Brenchley
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Gold has been the second best performing asset class in 2020
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Gold has been the second best performing asset class in 2020

The gold price could surge to an all-time high of $3,000 by the end of 2021 on the back of record central bank balance sheets and government fiscal deficits, according to Bank of America (BofA).

Gold has been one of the best-performing asset classes both year-to-date and since 2019. The precious metal has risen by a third since the start of last year, while its 11.8% gain during a risk-off 2020...

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