SINGAPORE (June 19): While global uncertainty is usually a catalyst for a surge in gold prices, recent fears of a second wave of Covid-19 infections have not seen a mad scramble for bullion. A strong performance from equities has, instead, seen investors reach for liquidity to catch the rising tide, reversing despite pandemic insecurities supporting gold futures. 

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