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"There are growing parallels to the 1970s when external pressures and fragile growth rates did not allow the Fed to hike"

A nervous US Federal Reserve Bank and reemerging inflation may push real rates lower and the gold price up, according to RBC Europe analyst Tyler Broda.

The Fed has become cautious in 2016, which is good for gold

The Fed has become cautious in 2016, which is good for gold

He said a dovish swing from the Free Market Open Committee following early-year volatility had made rate hikes this year, previously predicted by most, much more uncertain.  “There are growing parallels...

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