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May072010

Gold Prices Forecasts for 2010 as per The London Bullion Market Association

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Team,

If you haven't already seen this table you might want to pit your wits against the some of the best in the industry in terms of forecasting gold prices for the year of 2010. The first chart tabulates the people and which organisation they represent and the second chart shows their predictions for the year, the high, the low and the average price for gold.

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To go to The London Bullion Market Association please click here and to go to the table please follow this link.

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Reader Comments (3)

Gold price 2010. Minimum 1195. Maximum 1800. Roger.

May 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRoger Levinson

Greetings GP's, looks like over half the Londoner's predict sub-1000 gold...which must suggest they think the Eurozone problems are going to miraculously recover, >poof

May 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSnakeman

Greeting to all.

The demand for Gold in India and other developing nations is increasing even at this price. The confidence in Gold is at all time high with three years of turmoils in other markets and financial crisis across nations taking toll on each other.

I came across a customer having invested in Gold around late seventies and selling it at current level with 100times return over original investment.!

Gold will never go below US$1000/Oz and probably end up 2010 at US$1150+.

May 9, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAnil

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