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Vitaly Nesis at Polymetal International said gold will peak above $2,000 and average between $1,700 and $1,800 in 2013 as central banks’ purchases will be the main demand driver. Nesis doesn’t expect investors to switch from gold to silver in 2013 because silver is a less significant asset in the global financial system.
Thomson Reuters GFMS estimates central bank purchases increased 17 percent last year, the most in 48 years.
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