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This podcast explores why gold has appreciated by over 30% in US dollar terms this calendar year, recently reaching a new, multi-decade all-time high. In this month’s BT Investment teams Asset Allocation view commentary, the team looks at what is driving the price of this precious commodity, and the potential outlook for gold as we navigate though the current low interest rate / low inflation market environment - that might be with us for years to come.

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