An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP
An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP
Jing Yang
Opinion

Opinion

Portfolio by Jing Yang

Is it time to pile back into gold?

A recovery in gold price may still take time to unfold, but pessimism over the precious metal has started to break up

An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP
An Indian woman displays her gold jewellery at her residence in New Delhi. as the yellow metal regains its allure after prices slid to a 5-year low this year. Photo: AFP
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Jing Yang

Jing Yang

Jing Yang is a business reporter with the SCMP. She has four years’ experience covering companies and recently shifted her focus to markets. Jing holds bachelor of economics and master of journalism degrees and is fluent in English, Putonghua and Cantonese. She is from Guizhou province in Southwest China, a remote place famous for bizarre, breathtaking landscapes, the country’s biggest waterfall and the national wine Moutai. Always keeping an open mind, Jing would like to hear your feedback, suggestions and critiques.