The FTSE 100 has broken through the 6,000 level for the first time in five years.
At 9 am the benchmark was up 41.3 points or 0.7% at 6,034.3, after reaching 6,044 early on. The index was last at this level in March 2001. The all-time high for the index, of 6,930.2, came on 30 December...
In this piece Charlie Morris delves into the historical links between inflation and gold, putting forward the case for investing in the shiny stuff
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