November Market Recap

The month of November saw big orders for new planes for Airbus and several European countries adding to their gold reserves. Click below to read our recap of the airline sector and gold market from November 2019.

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Investors Could Unknowingly Be Underinvested in Gold

In a September report, the World Gold Council (WGC) pointed out that some investors are underexposed to gold. The gist of the study is that investors may assume they have adequate exposure to gold because they’re invested in a fund that tracks a broad-based commodity index. The problem with this assumption is that most major … Continued

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Third Quarter Market Recap

Although the third quarter was filled with continued negative updates surrounding Boeing and its troubled 737 MAX jets, there were pockets of positive news. Several airlines reported strong quarterly earnings and a new record emerged for the longest commercial flight. For the quarter ended September 30, gold outperformed stocks. The yellow metal returned 3.8 percent … Continued

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Can Passengers Handle More Than 19 Hours In-Flight?

Can Passengers Handle More Than 19 Hours In-Flight?

A new record has been set for the world’s longest commercial flight: 19 hours and 16 minutes. That’s how long Qantas Airways’ test flight from New York to Sydney was in the air – taking off from New York at 9pm on Friday, October 18, and landing halfway across the world in Sydney, Australia, at … Continued

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