After a miraculous first quarter, gold prices began to correct again. After the first five months, gold has returned 14.3% (or 10.9% in euros) year-to-date. The gold price broke through the $1,300/oz-barrier, but has declined over the past few weeks to just above $1.200 per troy ounce. The gold price in 2016 has exceeded expectations by a landslide, but what is the outlook for gold prices in the second half of 2016?

Rise in Gold Prices in February 2016 Not Very Convincing

Correction in Gold Price Not Yet Over, First Quarter of 2016 Was a Temporary Rally

Next Rate Hike in 2016 Will Put the Gold Price under Pressure

Forecast Gold Price 2016

Gold Not a Hedge against Uncertainty, But an Investment in Uncertainty


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