Goldman Sachs is maintaining its bullish outlook on gold, looking for prices to push to $1,600 an ounce next year, but its big trade for 2020 is oil.
In a report published Sunday, the investment bank said that it continues to like the precious metal as investors look for alternative investment assets.
“Investment deficit creates excess savings, supporting gold. In theory, savings should equal investment, but due to this decline in capex and a rise in precautionary cash balances, a savings surplus is beginning to develop that is supporting gold prices,” the analysts noted in their outlook report.
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