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Empirical research on the dynamics of the US dollar price of gold has largely focused on the macroeconomic influence of developed economies and gold's role as a safe haven during times of market turmoil. However, the economies of several emerging markets now account for a substantial fraction of global gold holdings, and these holdings are not necessarily correlated with financial market uncertainty in developed markets. This paper compares two extensions to a popular econometric model of thedoi:10.5539/ijef.v7n7p56 fatcat:zf6ojxjxgbhm7fjrhgcfhd5d7e