PRECIOUS METALS

Gold nearing record but sentiment still struggling

THE set-up for gold in 2023 is very positive as the yellow metal returns to near record pricing levels, World Gold Council chief market strategist John Reade told the Deutsche GoldMesse conference in Frankfurt, Germany.

Paul Harris in Frankfurt
 Deutsche GoldMesse in Frankfurt, Germany

Deutsche GoldMesse in Frankfurt, Germany

Reade, who gave a preview of the WGC's gold demand trends, before its delayed launch in London due to the coronation of King Charles, said the March quarter was characterised by strong bar and investment...

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