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The gold rush: Are we seeing the end of paper money?


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A gold rush of a different type
The headlines of wire services cried last week: “Gold is at its historical peak.” The event was that gold prices in the international markets had crossed the seemingly impossible peak of US$ 1,500 per fine ounce of the metal.


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