The price of gold is set to continue its rally thanks to a "perfect storm" of dovish noises from the US Federal Reserve, a stagnating US dollar and ongoing geopolitical tensions, according to some investment professionals who are increasing their exposure to the yellow metal. However, other multi-asset managers warn the prospect of rising US Treasury yields, or an extended truce in the US-China trade war, pose too much of a risk to continue upping gold exposure in portfolios, particularly as its spot price already surpassed $1,400 for the first time in more than six years last month. ...
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