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Louisa Bojesen, host of CNBC’s Street Signs in London, welcomes Frank Holmes to the studio to discuss the latest movements in gold. Frank reminds investors that there will always be massive imbalances between a government’s fiscal and monetary policies, and this is one reason he continues to advocate a 10-percent weighting in the yellow metal. Louisa also asks Frank his thoughts on quantitative easing in Europe this year, and how potential currency moves in the euro and U.S. dollar might change gold’s relationship. Tune in to the full discussion below!




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