- The "struggle for gold not only rests with the predominant selling interest among investors currently, but with limited positive catalysts looking forward, gold is unlikely to regain its former appeal," writes UBS, slashing its precious metals forecasts for 2014 - gold to $1,200 from $1,325 and silver to $21 from $24.
- With the downward momentum building, gold could test $1,050 an ounce - a level that might approach a "decent buying level," writes the team, but the path would be "very turbulent."
- Gold is flat in morning action at $1,223 after yesterday's plunge, while silver has given up a bit more ground, -0.5% to $19.93.
- PM ETFs: GLD, SLV, IAU, AGQ, PHYS, SIVR, PPLT, PALL, ZSL, USLV, SGOL, UGL, DGP, GLL, DZZ, UGLD, DBS, DGL, DSLV, GLTR, DGZ, PTM, AGOL, DBP, GLDI, DGLD, WITE, SLVO, PGM, TBAR, USV, JJP, UBG, RGRP, LPLT, BLNG, IPLT
UBS cuts precious metals forecast
Dec 3 2013, 07:33 ET