GOLD prices have plunged in recent weeks as fears of a Donald Trump or Brexit market shock continue to fade.
The precious metal is considered a safe haven, where investors put cash in times of high uncertainty and turmoil.
But market concerns over Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) and the new US president have calmed since last year.
As a result, gold prices have fallen to $1,226, from jumps above $1,300 last summer and in November.
Experts say rising US interest rates and a strong American dollar are set to push gold value down further in the coming months… Read Full Article