Gold Producers Fall Most in Two Months as Haven Demand EbbsBy
Goldman sees bullion prices dropping to $1,000 in 12 months
BI Global Gold Mining Competitive Peer Group Declines
Shares of gold producers fell the most in two months, and Barrick Gold Corp. and Newmont Mining Corp. declined for the first time in four days, as investors backed away from precious metals amid lower demand for haven assets. Spot gold swung between gains and losses, after dropping the most since July on Monday.
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