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With the recent rise in geopolitical risk has come the inevitable rise in the price of gold, albeit for a brief period. IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor speaks to DailyFX currency strategist Michael Boutros about what influences gold in the longer term. Click here for the full Trading the markets podcast playlist:

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