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Three ways that Russia-Ukraine could impact gold

We expect that the rise in the gold price so far this year will continue in the near term as safe-haven demand builds. That said, we expect that the price will fall when/if tensions cool. But the extent to which the Central Bank of Russia might raise cash using its gold reserves and how central banks interpret another rise in inflation add layers of uncertainty to the outlook.

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