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Gold Investment will spike with inflation concerns

Gold Investment interest will increase if inflation concerns become prevalent once more.

That is the opinion of Suki Cooper, of Barclays Capital, who suggests that widespread worries regarding inflation or a double-dip recession will result in buyers turning to Gold Bullion as an investment, according to the Telegraph.

She told the news provider: "Should inflation concerns start to build again, investors are likely to turn … to gold."

Meanwhile, Wolfgang Wrzesniok-Rossbach, head of sales and marketing at Hanau, Germany-based Heraeus Metallhandels GmbH, told the China Post that Gold Prices are likely to rise on the back of currency trends.

He said: "People are looking for short-term direction, and currencies will be back as a driver [of Gold Prices]."

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