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Review: Gold prices rise on lingering investors worries

Gold bounced on Tuesday as investors were nervous about the approaching presidential election in France, which could have a pair of anti-euro candidates facing off for the main position in the state.

June gold rose 0.6% to $1,261.60 climbing up for a third consecutive day.

Movement to haven assets, such as gold, is explained by rising geopolitical concerns over North Korea, Syria and antiestablishment candidates gaining support in the French election.

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    Of course, gold will rise and it's very natural.

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