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Central Banks and Our Dysfunctional Gold Markets

Reprinted from Mises.org Many investors still view gold as a safe-haven investment, but there remains much confusion regarding the extent to which the gold market is vulnerable to manipulation through short-term rigged market trades, and long-arm central bank interventions. First,

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