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Gold made massive gains last week, and currently shows no signs of slowing down – hitting all-time highs of over £1,500 early this morning. Global uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its long-term effects, as well as US/China relations and the UK/EU Brexit situation have caused the prices of precious metals to surge.

"We have gold because we cannot trust governments," President Hoover famously said in his statement to Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933. President Trump has made numerous statements in the past about reverting to the ‘Gold Standard’. But what exactly is the gold standard? And would it really be practical to rebuild an international gold standard?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause chaos to economies across the world - fuelled by recession fears and low interest rates, investors have turned to safe haven assets such as gold to protect their wealth. As a result, gold prices have hit record highs and many analysts are betting on gold possibly gaining even more momentum. Here we look at three reasons why gold prices could continue to rise.

Newcomers to investing and collecting precious metals may be surprised to find that a different unit of measurement is used for gold and silver. The troy ounce is different to the regular ounce used to measure most goods, including food. In this blog, you will find out more about the troy ounce, the standardised measurement around the world for gold and silver.

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