CSFB's Crisp sees more central bank gold sales

GOLD - Governments could step up gold sales in the coming decade, with even current non-sellers mobilizing bullion, but would do so with more transparency to a market dogged by uncertainty about central bank disposals, Credit Suisse First Boston's top gold strategist said on Apr 23.

"I believe that the activities of the official sector will remain an important factor for the gold market over the next 10 years," CSFB director Kevin Crisp said at the annual Gold and Silver Institute conference.

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