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