Uploaded by cctvnewsenglish on 28 Dec 2011 - Gold prices have fallen 16 percent since reaching a record high, above 1,900 U.S. dollars an ounce in September. But 2012 looks to be another glittering year, with many analysts and institutions predicting gold prices will again rise.
Goldman Sachs says gold prices will continue to go up, and will average one thousand 940 dollars per ounce over the next 12 months. Meanwhile, Citigroup's metals expert says gold could appreciate to three thousand 400 dollars in the next year or two. Although gold's decline has shown extreme risk aversion on the market, the analyst at Deutsche Bank says they see a recovery in gold prices next year.