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Gold glitters once again amid renewed Covid-19 fears

Gold traded near an eight-week high as a surge in global coronavirus cases and curbs stoked demand for the haven, which has been supported by lower U.S.

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Gold heads for best year in a decade with US dollar decline

Gold is set for the biggest annual advance in a decade after a tumultuous year, with gains this month aided by the dollar’s decline to the lowest level since April 2018.

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Gold declines as traders weigh vaccine optimism against rising number of Covid-19 cases

Gold declined with the dollar as investors weighed growing optimism over a coronavirus vaccine against surging cases in many parts of the world.

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Asia money managers buy gold, China stocks to hedge US election

Money managers in Asia are deploying a range of traditional and unconventional strategies to cushion any losses as they brace for turbulence in the lead-up and aftermath of the US presidential elec

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Central banks buying more gold, forecast to pick up in 2021 after slowdown in 2020

Gold buying by central banks, an important driver of bullion’s advance in recent years, is forecast to pick up in 2021 after a slowdown this year.

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Why gold is for life, not just for crises

Gold price hit record high recently as investors rush to traditional “safe haven” to park their money as the global Covid-19 crisis deepens.

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Gold could trade at average level of US$1,850/oz into 2021: Fitch Solutions

After gold prices hit an all-time high of US$2,075.47 ($2,843.61) an ounce on Aug 7, Fitch Solutions reckons the precious yellow metal could trade at an average level not too far off from that goin

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Warren Buffet buys gold

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. added Barrick Gold Corp. to its portfolio in the second quarter, sending shares of the world’s second-largest miner of the metal surging.

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Gold prices show no signs of slowing as it nears US$2,000 mark

Gold’s unrelenting march higher shows no signs of slowing after a plunge in the dollar swept prices past the previous high set in 2011 and put the metal on track for even bigger gains.

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