A man holds necklaces in a gold shop in Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand. Picture: REUTERS/SOE ZEYA TUN
A man holds necklaces in a gold shop in Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand. Picture: REUTERS/SOE ZEYA TUN

Gold has been unstoppable in 2020, with the precious metal surging more than 27% so far this year.

Business Day TV spoke to Nedbank CIB mining analyst Arnold Van Graan about whether the rally is sustainable.

Nedbank CIB's Arnold Van Graan talks to Business Day TV about the gold rally and whether it is sustainable

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