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Spot gold prices fall over 4% since one-year high

24 Nov 2017 - Singapore Business Review
Investors are looking at cryptocurrencies instead. Spot gold prices have fallen over 4% since hitting a one-year high of $1,817.88 (US$1,349.22) on 7 September 2017, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) revealed. It said soaring US equities and the heat on cryptocurrencies has resulted in the waning of investor ...
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Gold prices rise on safe-haven buying after tumbling previously to 4-month low

12 Jul 2017 - South China Morning Post
Spot gold rose on Tuesday, off the previous day’s near four-month lows, as a drop in equities drove safe-haven buying and the US dollar retreated. Spot gold was up 0.23 per cent at US$1,216.79 per ounce and away from Monday’s US$1,204.45, its lowest since March 15. US gold futures for August delivery ...
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Gold to end 2017 lower at US$1,200/oz: OCBC forecaster

20 Apr 2017 - Business Times Breaking News
GOLD prices' recent rally on geopolitical concerns is not likely to be sustained to the end of the year, said Barnabas Gan, OCBC Bank economist. Although Mr Gan sees gold prices rising above US$1,300/oz if geopolitical tensions intensify further, he sees it ending 2017 at around US$1,200/oz, due to expected ...
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What Will Drive Gold To Near US$1,700 Per Ounce?

31 Aug 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Gold, the precious metal that was used as currency in ancient times, is currently priced at around US$1,300 per ounce after climbing from a level of US$1,000 or so at the start of the year. There are many opinions floating about as to where the price of the precious metal would head to next, but analysts ...
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New options for investors to buy gold amid safe haven demand

4 Aug 2016 - Channel NewsAsia
SINGAPORE: With the uptrend in prices seen as unlikely to reverse anytime soon, investors keen to cash in on gold's meteoric rise of nearly 30 per cent thus far this year now have more options to consider. Two new platforms aimed at making investments in the precious metal more convenient and accessible ...
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3 Popular Principles for Investors to Deal with Brexit

7 Jul 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
The repercussion from Brexit – the vote by the people of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union – continues to cause uncertainty in global markets. Brexit wiped off US$2 trillion in stock market value on 24 June 2016. It now holds the ignominious record as the most damaging and shocking one-day ...
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How Did Singapore Investors Protect Themselves From Brexit Uncertainties?

5 Jul 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) had warned in May 2016 that the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union (Brexit) would cause a housing and stock market meltdown in the country. Christine Lagarde, the IMF’s managing director, even had the following to say: “We have looked at all the scenarios. ...
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Should You Invest In Gold With The Stock Market’s Recent Turmoil?

22 Feb 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Stock markets around the world are having a hard time lately. For instance, Singapore’s Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), Japan’s Nikkei 225 Index. the U.S.’s S&P 500, and the U.K’s FTSE 100 Index have declined by between 5% and 16% since the start of the year. When the financial markets are roiling, ...
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Rise in gold prices won't last, say analysts

1 Feb 2016 - Channel NewsAsia
SINGAPORE: Gold prices may have risen 6 per cent since the start of this year, but most analysts do not see a glittering future. They said gold will at best stay around current levels, once markets stabilise and US interest rates rise again. While gold prices do not move in tandem with stocks, the precious ...
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The Week In Numbers: Is Anyone Out There?

24 Jul 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Gold has slumped to a five-year low. Currently, we can buy an ounce of the yellow metal for around US$1,100, if we want to. That is a far cry from the US$1,920 that an ounce of gold would have fetched only two years ago. Since the start of 2015, Gold (SGX:O87), which tracks the price of gold, has fallen ...
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