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Is gold a safe hedge against inflation in Nigeria?

By Reuters
06 February 2024   |   3:25 am
World Gold Council forecasts purchases of the commodity this year are unlikely to meet 2023 levels, where they hit an all-time high and also the second highest year in history of central banks buying gold. But is gold still a safe hedge against inflation in Nigeria?

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