Actions That Debase The US Dollar And The Euro Means The Gold Price Will Continue To Rise (GLD)

October 23, 2012 1:37pm NYSE:AGOL NYSE:GLD

Nicholas Brooks, head of research at ETF Securities, thinks actions that effectively debase the US dollar and the euro mean the gold price will continue to rise. While central bankers continue in their action he expects to see continued strong inflows into


gold ETPs, which have already benefited in Europe from nerves about the eurozone.

You can see the full “FT” interview below:


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