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Topic - John Browne, Baron Browne Of Madingley
A lot of oil is being spilled in the Gulf, but almost as irresponsible is the ink that's been spilt incorrectly analyzing the disaster. What's largely being overlooked is how BP's hyperfocus on trendy but nonviable green energy alternatives caused this holocaust to wildlife and the environment.
Though gold prices may be down for now, it will emerge victorious once the Fed's inflationary policies come home to roost, he said.
John Browne, an economist with Euro Pacific Capital, agreed that a loss of confidence in major central banks is what is driving gold's rise among investors.