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15:06

Opinion

Gold: a hedge for all seasons

JEREMY BLATCH

...obligation) brought down Lehman and AIG during the financial crash, and it is much higher today than it was in 2009! Gold is the only traded asset that is not someone else's liability and that always retains a 'bid'. Gold moves on fear, principally the fear ... risk during a crisis of liquidity like that of 2008. Due to the convenience of holding a paper receipt, investors and managers often overlook this. The amount of gold and precious metals owned by investors in the US at the height of bull markets ... during the past 30 years is 7%. In spite of the recent rally in gold, US ownership of gold and precious metals is still only around 0.5%. If this figure were to reach the 30-year average, the price of gold would quadruple. Gold is an insurance against

15:05

Opinion

What kind of recession?

Mark Nayler

April and June (i.e. during the nationwide lockdown), as opposed to the 18.5% the institute estimated back in July - a difference of just 0.7%. Is this a cause for optimism, continued gloom, or neither? Coming after a 5.2% decline in the first quarter ... Spain between 2008 and 2013. Given the broad academic definition, then, there are numerous ways in which a country can be in recession. The rate of Spain's GDP contraction during Q2 this year is alarming, not least because it hasn't hit such lows

14:06

Local

The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

...said. "During the lockdown it was clear that nobody could do anything in person, so there was a backlog. The problem is that when the state of alarm was over, the Administration didn't fully reopen. It is still in a state of pseudo-lockdown. With the

11:38

LifeStyle

The Río Padrón recording studio, a pioneer in online concerts

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

It is now possible to sit on the sofa and enjoy watching a concert on any type of device. It is undeniable that 2020 has been an atypical year during which every sector has had to reinvent itself. With restrictions imposed on live concerts, it was ... Díez de Oñate was reading a newspaper during lockdown when he saw an article about one of these platforms. He decided to contact them and tell them he had the ideal infrastructure for these concerts, his recording studio in Estepona, which he runs with

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

Salar is located close to the route that linked Illiberis (Granada) and Llurco (Pinos Puente, Granada) with Anticaria (Antequera, Malaga) during a time when Andalucía (known as Baetica) was an important exporter of wheat, wine and oil to the rest of the

19:11

What to do

Classical music jazz and rock concerts throughout the autumn

denise bush

...www.unientradas.es. Tribute to musicians Torremolinos. 28 September, 9pm. The bullring. Javier Oveda and Mitad Doble will be in concert to highlight the plight of a sector that is in desperate need of support during these difficult times. ... Málaga Swing will be holding courses in Lindy Hop, a style of dancing that originated in a bar in Harlem in 1927 during a celebration of the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean by Charles Lindbergh. https://www.malagaswing.com/intensivo-lindyhop/

19:54

Local

Experts blame mafia-style groups for the increase in squatters

F. TORRES/I. LILLO

...get them out, which is why many people, especially those abroad who have a second home here, are investing in reinforced doors, alarms and other security measures to try to protect their property during their absence. In theory, if squatters move in

19:54

Local

"I used a private company and in two days the squatters had gone"

IGNACIO LILLO

...now. She also had to pay for the electricity and water the squatters had used during the six months it took to get them out. "At least they didn't have children, though. I knew that if they did I couldn't have done anything." Experts blame ... his family owned in Malaga city during the lockdown. They said they had been told it was owned by a bank and they could rent it cheaply. They paid 1,500 euros for the keys. Manuel reported them to the police but didn't hold out much hope of success in