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Ten years ago, the price of gold per ounce was hovering around the £1,000 per ounce mark. By July 2015, this figure had dipped to less than £700 per ounce.

However, since then, gold has been rising steadily. Of course, this comes with the usual peaks and troughs you get with any commodity price. In fact, the price of gold seemed to peak in the summer of 2020 getting beyond the £1,500 per ounce price for the first time ever.

After that, the price of gold seemed to settle somewhat until March 2021 when it started on an upward trend again. Although there was a modest adjustment in March of this year, the price has continued to head upward in April and May. It is now back over the £1,500 per ounce threshold once more. Will

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