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GCC ‘single currency to further strengthen economic stability’

Posted on 28 March 2013

A senior foreign exchange analyst attending the 4th Saudi Money Expo and Conference 2013 has predicted a rise in global gold prices in 2014.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX Analyst and associate director of Swissquote Bank SA, speaking to Arab News on the sidelines of the conference yesterday, said: “Currently the relationship between inflation and gold prices is no longer there. Therefore, without that connection people really don’t have a reason to trade gold. If we start seeing global inflation rising at the end of 2013, we will tell investors to start buying gold again to offset inflation, which would make gold prices to rise.”……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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