A shift in central banks' attitude towards bullion was the biggest driver of gold market trends last year, Natalie Dempster, the director of government affairs at the World Gold Council, an industry marketing body, on Thursday said.
At Central Banking Publications' National Asset-Liability Management event, Dempster said: "Perhaps the biggest driver in 2010 was the shift in central bankers' attitude towards gold." She later added: "The biggest change on the supply side has been the removal of ce
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