Gold's path to $2K: Biggest market risk is 'invisible wealth destruction'

Gold's $1,900 an ounce level remains a high hurdle to breach, but analysts still expect more gains for the yellow metal this summer. With U.S. inflation now running at an annual pace of 5%, the attention is turning to the Federal Reserve meeting next week. The key question is whether the Fed will continue to ignore rising prices or start hinting at tapering.Here's a look at Kitco's top three stories of the week.

Anna Golubova

Anna Golubova

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