Goldman Sees Gold Price Dropping More Than 30 Percent – ValueWalk Premium
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Goldman Sees Gold Price Dropping More Than 30 Percent

While up 11% in 2014, gold experienced its biggest weekly price drop since September, 2013, this week settling near $1,331.20 an ounce.  For its part Goldman Sachs reiterated its sell recommendation on the precious metal, issuing a $1,050 price target, saying the factors that led to the rise in value are not sustainable.


Gold Price: Goldman's three catalysts
Goldman noted three distinct catalysts that have driven the rally: (1) a . . .

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