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Goldman says Clinton victory more likely as gold slips further

She has to win just one of the very competitive states she leads and maintain her sizeable lead in the others
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 05:50

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Bullion has swung in recent weeks as investors tracked the US campaign, with developments favouring Mr Trump buoying demand for havens, even as the Federal Reserve is seen moving closer to the first rate rise of 2016.

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GOLD held the steepest slump in a month as Americans prepare to cast their ballots in the US presidential election after a rancorous and divisive campaign, with Goldman Sachs Group saying that Democrat Hillary Clinton is more likely to win the White House than Donald Trump.

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