In London, a handful of bankers recently set the world standard for gold prices, reports The Globe and Mail.

It adds this price-setting practice is “widely used by governments, miners and brokers to buy and sell the precious metal and its financial derivatives.”

However, regulators and experts are pushing for change due to price-fixing worries. Read more.

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