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Gold to Rally Above $1,900 by End 2012: HSBC


Gold could be one of the few assets to profit from the political and economic turbulence in the United States as the “fiscal cliff” approaches, potentially creating a rally in the precious metal later in 2012 for it to reach $1,900 per ounce by the end of the year, analysts at HSBC said.

Economic uncertainty, geopolitical tensions and the uncertainty of the U.S. November elections are theoretically gold-bullish,” and gold should perform better later in the year “when U.S. growth is poor and the dollar is weak,” a new HSBC report said. “We expect prices to rally to above $1,900/oz by the end of the year. Patience is the most important commodity.”

HSBC recommends holding onto gold as an asset that will gain in value as investors fear the future of the euro and dollar  with governments and central banks expected to intervene to shore up their currencies’ strength.

According to commodities’ analysts at the bank, the outlook on gold is positive for the second half of the year despite the current stall in the gold rally due to a rise in supply, lack of demand in the jewelry sector and uncertainty about the European financial crisis and U.S. “fiscal cliff” approaching at the end of 2012, when the U.S. government must decide whether or not to increase taxes and introduce spending cuts, which could risk a slowdown similar to Europe's.

Traditionally, gold has been a safe haven for investors looking to park their money in a stable asset, but so far in 2012, gold prices have slumped nearly $400/oz. From the record highs of September 2011 when an ounce fetched $1,920, prices have now fallen to around $1,600/oz over the last three months, prompting investors and analysts to question why the gold price isn't racing higher as investors look for safe assets in a volatile economic environment.

 Another day, another forecast.

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