Gold prices soared to a two-year high on Friday, after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union sent investors flooding into safe-haven assets. Gold for August delivery settled up 4.7% at $1,322.40 a troy ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange,

its largest one-day gain since September 2013. The precious metal traded as high as $1,362.60 in electronic trading following the decision, and closed at its highest level since August 2014. READ MORE