Analysts at the German bank say investors should buy the precious metal for insurance.
Gold is still expensive, but rising economic risks and market turmoil mean investors should buy it for insurance, Deutsche Bank said Friday.
Gold slipped on Friday, but was heading for a weekly gain as fund buying persisted.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian bought shares of a gold miners ETF Thursday for his model portfolio.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian bought shares of a gold miners ETF on Thursday, after spotting unusual options activity.
With the price of gold moving higher as sterling has plummeted, analysts are comparing gold's moves to the European currency crisis in 1990s.
Degussa's Singapore subsidiary is doubling its sales figures almost every month, says Chief International Officer Raphael Scherer.
Gold rose on Thursday as volatility in other markets stoked "safe haven" buying, including of bullion funds.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on gold miners trading higher today as gold hits a two-week high, and the FMHR traders give their takes.
As gold prices surge, CNBC compiled a list of things you can now buy with an ounce of gold ($1,210).
Gold held above $1,230 an ounce, acting as foil against risk alongside top-rated bonds as oil's fall rippled into equity markets.
The "gold cartel" has been suppressing gold prices because it is a barometer of economic health, says Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee's Bill Murphy.
Gold rose on Tuesday as European shares fell and inflows into bullion funds continued, boosting to prices.
Gold fell Monday as the dollar strengthened and investor appetite for risk increased.
Fear and uncertainty in the global environment will keep gold prices on an uptrend, says Mark Gordon of Breakaway Research.
Fast Money Trader Brian Kelly explains why Gold is about to soar
Gold eased on Friday as investors cashed in some of the previous day's 2 percent gains.
Desperate central bankers are undermining trust in capital and boosting gold with their polices, an asset manager has warned.
Gold prices rose just over 2 percent on Thursday afternoon, reversing earlier losses.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes off the charts to determine if the recent rebound in gold could continue for the long term. Could this be a golden opportunity?