Looking under the hood of the market in precious metals

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2019 marked a year of strong growth for gold prices and precious metals. After the change in monetary policy by the end of 2018 and a return to a  more accommodating attitude by central banks, precious metals entered a new phase. Gold thus ended the year with a 15% performance increase, silver grew by more than 11% and platinum exceeded performance of 21%. As far as palladium is concerned, it has had yet another extraordinary year, with growth of more than 60%. After a year like this, it is worth looking at whether there is still more growth potential for precious metals in 2020. Gold...

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