Global Central Banks Break Record, Purchasing 289 Tonnes of Gold Amidst Worsening Deficits Worldwide

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Amid escalating concerns over fiscal deficits worldwide, the surge in gold purchases by central banks during the first quarter signals a broader financial instability, echoing fears beyond the US alone. As governments grapple with post-COVID economic challenges, the unprecedented acquisition of gold underscores growing uncertainties and the quest for stability in a volatile global economy.




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