During the latter part of this year — amid the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China, tensions in the Middle East and concerns over the impact of Brexit — the price of gold has rallied strongly.
Also having an impact on the price of gold: uncertainty about global economic growth and the subsequent shift in mood among the world’s key central banks towards looser monetary policy.
In September, we saw gold trading above a six-year high of $1,550 per ounce, even as central banks continue historically high levels of net purchases.
Will gold continue to shine due to these and other influences as we head into 2020?
Join us on our upcoming webinar “Gold in 2019 and Beyond” in which industry experts and thought leaders will share their views on:
- How gold can potentially benefit a portfolio in times of low interest rates, as well as U.S. dollar and equity market volatility
- The geopolitical forces driving demand for gold, including international tensions and the middle class in Asia
- The historically high levels of central bank gold purchases we are seeing today
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