Gold is expected to keep rising from the mid-March lows, based on the weekly Kitco gold-price survey. The expectation comes after the Federal Reserve recently launched open-ended quantitative easing and the U.S. quickly enacted a $2 trillion fiscal-stimulus effort in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on employment. Other countries are likewise taking action to prop up the global economy and stabilize markets. "With all of the stimulus money, interest rates at zero, loss of jobs and multiple battles on the economic front, I can't see how gold is not higher this week," said...

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Gold will continue to shine as a safe-haven asset with prices pushing above $1,300 an ounce within the next three months, according to juggernaut investment firm Goldman Sachs. Thursday in a note to clients, Jeff Currie, global head of commodities research at the bank, said he was raising his gold price forecast for 2019 as growing recession fears continue to ripple through financial...

The gold bulls are back. After a year of seeing weak gold prices, investors and analysts alike have adopted renewed optimism for the new year. While sentiment in our Outlook 2019 series has been a mixed bag so far, there's no denying that some experts were dogmatically in the œbull camp. Here are the most bullish views we've aired in the series so far, and the rationales backing up these...

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