Investors monitoring gold prices last week would have been shocked to see that 1.8 million ounces (2bn) were sold of the yellow metal in one minute. This affected gold prices. So does it still pay to invest in gold?
Heavy buying saw the price of gold jump on Monday reverting to levels last seen before Donald Trump’s election as the dollar weakens and hopes for faster economic growth in the worldâ€™s largest economy begin to fade.
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Gold has regained ground overnight, bringing the price back into a critical resistance level. Meanwhile, Brent has continued its descent, falling into the key $50 mark.
The price of gold hit a six-week high at the beginning of the week. Increased geopolitical tensions, in addition to a weaker dollar helped boost the precious metal to levels not seen since mid-October.
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