Since 2009 central banks worldwide have been on a gold buying spree, adding almost 4,000 tonnes of the yellow metal to their reserves. The value of their total gold holdings is around $1.4tn, or 10% of all central bank foreign exchange assets. This rapid increase in gold holdings follows an extended period of decline from the early 1970s to the 2008 financial crisis.

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