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credit contraction consequences: Original post by Ciaran John of Demand Media The price of any commodity, such as gold, can fluctuate over the course of time due to a number of different factors that include supply and demand. Commodity prices are particularly volatile during times of recession, and if a recession leads to a global credit crunch then commodity prices can rise rapidly. However, these price increases are sometimes…

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