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Bugs on the loose

13 May 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

If the 1980 peak price of $875 an ounce is inflated by U.S. CPI, today s equivalent is about $2,400 almost twice the current level. Scaled up by global GDP it would be $5,300, and by money supply $5,700. With paper currencies out of favor, it s far from impossible.

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