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Increasing risk created by Trump likely to draw investors to gold

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Donald Trump holding three bars of gold bullion in a Sept 15, 2011, file photo. Gold prices have already risen to the highest in more than two months and posted an advance of 6.7 per cent this year.

Singapore

GOLD will climb about 6 per cent through the end of the year as investors seek a shelter from the rising political risk surrounding President Donald Trump, according to Independent Strategy Ltd's David Roche, who has about 45 years of experience covering markets.

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