Going for gold

Gibbs, Julian
February 2007
Money Marketing;2/1/2007, p56
The article presents an outlook for the price of gold in Great Britain. The author cites that nearly all forecasters polled by the London Bullion Market Association expect the price of gold to rise at around $630 an ounce. He states that one factor that attributes to the possible increase is the declining gold supply while the demand continues to rise because of the success of the gold exchange traded funds.


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