INVESTORS have continued to pile cash into precious metals, amid worries that US stock markets are on the verge of a huge crash.
Gold prices have hit a four month high to reaching their highest level since Donald Trump won the election. The metal is considered a safe have for money and values rise when markets are in turmoil or in times of uncertainty. The current recent rise points to growing unease over record high levels of the Dow Jones and S&P 500 - America's premier stock indices. Stocks have rocketed since Mr Trump's election amid expectations the new president will slash taxes and splurge on infrastructure to give the economy a major kick. But details of the leader's plans are still vague and it's not clear what he will be able to deliver.
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