Gold Highest Since 2008
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Gold Highest Since 2008

Gold rallied the most since the global financial meltdown of 2008 after the UK voted to leave the European Union, sending markets into a tailspin and investors piling into haven assets, Bloomberg reported. Bullion for immediate delivery jumped as much as 8.1%, the most since 2008, and traded at $1,322.88 an ounce in London. Prices touched a two-year high and trading volume on Comex was eight times the average. Denominated in sterling, the metal soared a record 15% to £972.72. Societe Generale SA said in a note this week that gold could hit $1,400 in the event of a Brexit vote. The metal is up 24% for 2016.


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