MINER'S RIGHT

Rare earths outshine gold

It took something special to beat gold miners when their metal set an all-time high of US$1,934 an ounce (and climbing) earlier today, but rare earth companies did just that, outperforming goldminers thanks to a fresh round of China v U.S. sabre-rattling.

Tim Treadgold
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Gold's rise has been well-reported but to refresh it is all about a combination of falling U.S. interest rates, and an increasingly transparent plan by U.S. authorities to devalue the dollar. Under...

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