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Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
Investors cut their holdings of the precious metal as hopes rise in fight against virus
Suppliers curtailed production and liquidated inventories in expectation of plunging sales
Broad sell-off in haven assets sends precious metal back below $2,000
The battle to inflate away debts will be long and probably punishing for stocks and savers
If economies show signs of sustained recovery, expect the yellow metal to take a hammering
The yellow metal rallies as it is bought as a hedge to a global downturn
Gulf hostilities, US-China tensions and falling inflation adjusted bond yields buoy metal
Unusual presents that beat putting a ten-pound note in an envelope with their card
Prospect of reduction and concerns over global economy boost metal
Theme park featuring ‘Mystic Orient’ show latest in A$10bn investment splurge
Chinese developer snaps up landmark Sydney Harbour site Gold Fields House for $327m
Student travels from Australia to the UK each month to study at Judge Business School
The mining magnate who has shaken up Australian politics in the past year talks about clashing with the PM, Chinese business partners and Murdoch’s media empire
Sir Walter Scott’s private mansion, Iran’s ‘Jewels of Persia’ tour, Singapore’s ‘ScootinSilence’ cabins, and a Versace five-star resort in Macau