- Not shaken by gold's big start to the year, BAML slashes its price forecast to $1,150 per ounce from a prediction of $1,294 made just six weeks ago.
- Silver is cut to $18.38 from $26.38.
- “If investors stopped selling gold, prices could stabilize around $1,200.," says analyst Michael Widmer. "Yet, this is not our base case and a more likely scenario is for investors to continue reducing their exposure. Our model suggest that this could take prices down to $1,000."
- Another big leg down, however, could be an opportunity for bulls, says Widmer, who muses about "interesting entry points" for the metal this year.
- GLD +0.2%, SLV -0.1% premarket
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BAML moves quickly to cut gold price outlook
Jan 9 2014, 07:25 ET