RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - If a meteor were to fall on Earth, it is possible that shares, real estate, and even money as we know it today would no longer have any value. But one object probably would: a gold bar.
Considered a precious metal for millennia, gold is still viewed as a safe haven, particularly in times of economic instability. Last month alone, when humankind faced one of the most critical moments of the coronavirus pandemic, the commodity price soared by 6.41 percent. But as it is traded in dollars, in Brazilian real its high was even higher . . .