As the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit grows, investors are racing to secure gold with the Pure Gold Company reporting a 632% increase in people purchasing physical gold bars and coins over the last week, compared to the weekly average for 2019. Bullion bar prices for UK investors edged back £10 after re-touching last week's fresh record high of £1271 overnight as the ruling minority Conservative Party saw its leader in Scotland, Ruth Davidson, quit over prime minister Boris Johnson closing Parliament for 5 weeks, reducing time to debate Brexit before the UK's Halloween deadline for leav...
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