20.09.2016 - Barclays: Investor Demand For Gold 'Likely To Persist'
Barclays anticipates investor demand for gold will persist on concerns about the global economy, with the bank also saying investment in commodities generally should hold up. The bank reports that some $54 billion has flowed into commodity exchange-traded products and index investments so far in 2016. “However, if expectations were to shift suddenly, then a rush for the exit could send prices sharply lower,” Barclays says, referring to commodities in general. “Although we cannot rule out that risk entirely, we think the key themes that have supported commodity investments in the year to date should ensure continued inflows over the next few years and that the risk of large-scale liquidation, even if commodity markets disappoint in Q4, is limited.”..............................................Full Article: Source
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