Physical Gold Responds to Investors Awaiting Policy Decisions by Central Banks in Japan and the Eurozone

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Leading UK gold dealer, Physical Gold, has responded to anticipation of further monetary stimulus from central banks.

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Gold benefited a lot from monetary stimulus last year, and with economic recovery still fragile, we may see this trend continue.

Gold prices could rise once again, if further monetary stimulus is introduced by central banks in Japan and Europe.

The Bank of Japan is set to decide over further monetary easing policy again this month, while the European Central Bank is expected to keep interest rates unchanged at a meeting on Thursday.

Monetry stimulus in Japan and the Eurozone, as well as the US last year, helped gold make impressive gains in 2012. Gold is likely to benefit again, if further measures are introduced as investors worry about the value of paper currency.

A spokesperson for Physical Gold said:

“Gold prices usually benefit from monetary easing policies as gold tends to hold its value over time, which works as an effective hedge against inflation. Gold benefited a lot from monetary stimulus last year, and with economic recovery still fragile, we may see this trend continue. Money printing devalues paper currency, so gold investment is a good way to hold onto the value of assets.”

Physical Gold is continuing to watch these latest gold developments with interest.

Physical Gold Ltd is a leading UK gold dealer, helping investors diversify their portfolios with innovative investment solutions. Renowned for their ground breaking products such as the Sipp gold and Gold Accumulation Account, the firm specialise in providing customers with tailored assistance in sourcing the best gold for their personal requirements. Based in London, the team are BNTA accredited and have an unrivalled knowledge of the gold market as well as an exceptional understanding of the general financial markets.

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