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Gold prices rise amid China’s missing bullion mystery

Posted on 12 February 2014

Commerzbank forecast higher bullion prices even after 500-tonnes of gold ‘vanishes’ in China. Gold hit a three-month high on Tuesday morning, defying most expert views that 2014 would see further falls in the precious metal a day after a report revealed 500-tonnes of bullion is missing somewhere in China.
However, the recent rally still has many analysts questioning whether the recent turnaround is just a “dead cat bounce” or a sustained revision in market sentiment?……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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