A sales clerk arranges gold necklaces at a store in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province, China, on Thursday. Improving global economic health means gold will not be rebounding any time soon, with prices expected to fall another 13 percent after last year’s crash caught out investors, Thomson Reuters GFMS said in a report on Thursday.Jan 26, 2014FULL STORY
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