As Brexit, Trump Multiply Global Risks, Gold Seen at $1,400

  • Saxo Bank’s Ole Hansen says that ‘we have got several risks’
  • Result of the U.K. vote next month ‘by no means certain yet’

Gold Prices Are Still Solid

Gold has soared in the opening months of 2016 as investors second-guess a wary Federal Reserve. A thicket of risks from the U.K.’s Brexit vote next month to the U.S. presidential election may lift prices even further by year-end, according to Denmark’s Saxo Bank A/S.

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