Recode reports that Apple, Google, LinkedIn, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter are all buying gold jewelry appraisers, according to sources.
These companies are spending $2.6 billion on gold jewelry in the next six months.
The buying spree comes as gold prices have fallen dramatically over the last month, wiping out most of the value that a buyer would have had for a gold-plated iPhone.
“We expect the current gold market to remain volatile and that this will likely lead to increased volatility in gold price over time, as well as the subsequent impact on the economy,” said Andrew Zimbalist, a gold jewelry analyst at Credit Suisse in an interview with Recode.
Gold is still a highly liquid commodity, meaning that it’s subject to supply and demand.
Gold prices are currently trading around $1,000 an ounce.
In fact, it’s been nearly 10 years since the last time gold prices reached their current level, when they hit a peak of $1.827 per ounce in the summer of 2008.
So what’s going on?
Gold is not just a commodity, it is a tool in the hands of the wealthy.
As Quartz points out, the wealth of the super-rich in the US is growing at an astounding rate.
As the chart below from the Economic Policy Institute shows, the bottom half of the income distribution has seen their wealth decline over the past decade, while the top half has actually increased its wealth.
The super-wealthy are buying up gold, and the economy of the US economy is now suffering.
According to the Brookings Institution, “Americans have become less likely to have gold-backed investments, including gold, as their main investment vehicle.”
The US economy has also been in a slow slide in recent years, as companies and individuals are taking their wealth out of the real economy and into the stock market.
The reason for this decline is not because of gold, but rather because of the recession.
A recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the average annual growth rate of US workers over the previous five years has been about 2 percent.
That’s not a lot of growth, but it is enough to make up for the drop in the value of the dollar and the fall in the prices of the things we buy and wear.
It’s hard to overstate the economic damage that’s being caused by the lack of growth and the collapse in the price of goods and services.
What could the next recession bring?
It’s possible that the stock markets will suffer as well, but the economy will suffer more.
There’s also the possibility that some companies that have lost money will find themselves unable to continue operating.
This could lead to layoffs, and if a large number of workers are laid off, it could lead employers to close their stores and lay off more workers.
But it could also lead to a rebound in the stock and bond markets.
I think it’s also possible that we could see the first financial crisis in the U.S. since the 2008 financial crisis.
The Great Recession brought about a wave of financial panic, and it took a long time for the economy to recover from it.
With the current financial market turmoil, I think we’re going to see a new financial crisis, not just in the United States, but throughout the world.
This isn’t just a bubble theory, it has been demonstrated time and time again.
On Wednesday, I spoke with an economist who specializes in financial markets, and he told me that there’s a lot to be concerned about.
He believes that, in order to prevent another financial crisis and a recession, the Federal Reserve has to be more aggressive.
If the Fed is doing nothing, he said, then they’ll probably go to the next level and increase their quantitative easing program.
We’re also going to need to see some additional measures, and more fiscal stimulus, if we’re to get back on track.
At the moment, the US dollar is holding steady against other currencies, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see the dollar start to weaken.
However, if the Fed starts to do something, the price that we pay for gold will start to drop.
One way or another, we’re likely to see more financial crashes, which could have disastrous consequences for our economy.
Here’s what else you need to know about gold: 1.
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And with interest rates at historically low levels, gold is more expensive than ever.
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