Is Gold On Schedule To Catch Inflation Train?

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Summary

  • Gold traded in a narrow range in December, finishing at $1,829.20 per ounce for a $54.68 (3.08%) gain.
  • In the last cycle, many companies were caught overpaying for acquisitions that failed to deliver as promised.
  • While investment demand for gold was weak, physical demand helped support gold prices in its new higher trading range.
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Gold traded in a narrow range in

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