U.S. downgrade could mean gold spike

By Staff | January 17, 2013 | Last updated on January 17, 2013
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With a U.S. credit rating downgrade likely, a spike in gold investment – and prices – may be around the corner, reports ft.com.

“Thomson Reuters GFMS, which produces benchmark supply and demand statistics for the gold market, acknowledged that some investors had become disillusioned with the precious metal’s recent performance but predicted a turnround in fortunes,” the report notes.

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