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Gold eyes $2,000 mark in speedy record-breaking run

The price of gold has increased 53% in the last 14 months. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Arpan Vaghese

Writer , Thomas Reuters

Arpan Vaghese

Writer , Thomas Reuters

Peter Hobson

Writer, Reuters

Peter Hobson

Writer, Reuters

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