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The week kicked off with a bang as Gold charged through the 2011 record high of $1921 on Monday amid Dollar weakness, negative real yields and US-China tensions.Interestingly, global equities pushed higher despite Gold prices making history as investors weighed expectations for another U.S stimulus package against the coronavirus menace.King Dollar was beaten black and blue this week, depreciating against every single G10 currency and experiencing its worst monthly decline in 10 years! As doubts mount over the pace of US economic recovery in the face of rising coronavirus cases and... Read More
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