Investors favor bonds over commodities, but historical disparity hints at potential commodity resurgence; Inflation drop echoes 1960s, warning of potential final wave.

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Gold often moves inversely to Treasury yields; with the 10-year yield dropping, gold’s outlook improves.

Reuters: Gold buyers in China are getting younger, reports


Current inflation decline resembles the 1960s, suggesting potential for a significant final wave with economic impact.

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Gold buyers in China are getting younger, as a property market downturn, weakening stocks and currency and low bank deposit interest rates have left them with dwindling options to save for rainy days in a sputtering economy.

The trend underscores heightening uncertainty about growth prospects in the world’s second-largest economy, which has not recovered from COVID-19 lockdowns as fast as consumers and job hunters had expected.

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