31.03.2016 - Central bank action may rejuvenate gold in Europe
Gold prices remain low in historical terms, despite a rally at the start of this year, but demand may yet appear from an unexpected source. Some precious metal experts see interest returning to Europe, in part because the push towards negative interest rates has made depositing cash with banks less and less rewarding. "Although gold is very much driven by U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) policy, the impact of European Central Bank (ECB) policy decisions may become increasingly relevant for gold price action, as concerns about negative interest rates gain traction among investors," UBS strategist, Joni Teves, said in a report this month...............................................Full Article: Source
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