Gold Plunges $200 In Three Days

Gold just traded at $1704, down from from a record $1913 on Monday.

The 11% fall has been attributed mainly to a return to riskier assets.

Stocks are up around the world, led by 3% gains today in Shanghai. The Global Dow is up 4% this week.

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