Investors in the West might be losing interest in gold as a safe haven for their money, but physical demand for gold remains strong in Asia, where consumers with money to spend have seen recent price drops as a buying opportunity For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
Gold soared Friday morning to just below $1,475 an ounce, but by the afternoon the gains were gone and gold was down almost $9 an ounce.
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Last Monday Arizona lawmakers passed a bill that makes precious metals legal tender. Arizona is the second state after Utah to allow gold coins created by the Fed and private mints to be used as currency.
As fears of financial collapse ease and equities rally, gold is falling out of favour - for now at least. Currently the yellow metal is trading at about $1,600, down significantly from highs set more than a year ago
Labour unrest in South Africa has hit gold and mining stocks. The Johannesburg stocks have climbed strongly despite this, Jeff Gable, head of African research at Barclays, explains why to emerging markets editor, Stefan Wagstyl
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