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Brexit or Not - No Dearth of Solid Reasons For Gold Prices to Surge

Should the British reject devolution, gold prices might briefly move a little lower – even though, in the days running up to today’s referendum, the financial markets may already have “priced in” a no-vote. In the event of a Brexit victory we will likely see official demand for gold pick up as the appeal of holding central bank reserves in pound- and euro-denominated assets diminishes.

Brexit - Will The UK Take a Historic Decision and Opt for Freedom?

It is a rare moment in history. The British have, ever since they voted to join the EU, found themselves being dragged into a regional economy of zero growth and a weak Euro, and heavily indebted states. We wish to address what a Brexit or Bremain scenario would mean for Britain. We are one day away from the EU referendum – will they vote to “Brexit” or to “Bremain”?

The U.S. National Debt Clock October 2013

An Overview of the U.S. National Debt: Every man, woman and child in the U.S. currently owes$55,122 for their share of the U.S. public debt – Of the $5.1 trillion dollars of US debt that is owned by foreign governments, China and Japan own nearly half.

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