Factors bode well for gold says China Post Global's Danny Dolan

Jonathan Boyd
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Gold traded below $1,100/oz in 2015, but more recently in 2019 traded above $1,500. Although still off its highs above $1,800 during the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis period in 2011-12, it still represents a continuation of a trend that started around 2000, when the precious metal traded below $280. Danny Dolan, managing director at China Post Global (pictured)- the international arm of China Post & Capital Fund Management, which provides mutual funds and exchange traded products - says that demand and supply factors continue to bode well for the asset. Q. The World Gold Council h...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.