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The vaccine-related metals amid a global economic bounce-back

gold is a disaster metal. In other words, its price improves when life becomes more difficult for human beings. This seems a time-honoured fact of gold’s reputation as “a store of wealth” – a well-known characteristic behind the logic for owning Krugerrands, for instance.

Consequently, the metal has had a pretty good pandemic. The gold price pushed through $2 000 an

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