London skyline shows shocking decline of the pound

A newly released illustration from gold bullion dealer, The Real Asset Company, shows a worrying decline of the British pound in the global currency wars.

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City of London (PRWEB UK) 23 March 2013

A newly released illustration from gold bullion dealer, The Real Asset Company, shows a worrying decline of the British pound in the global currency wars.

The cost of constructing London’s great buildings has been soaring in pounds, but all the while rising gold prices mean those who invest in gold are now well placed to build London’s future iconic landmarks.

The Gherkin and the London Eye alone are now at least five times cheaper to build for those riding the gold investment bull market. Even less notable buildings, such as Boris Johnson’s City Hall, are also five times more affordable to finance in gold price terms.

You don’t have to be a Londoner to see what’s going on here, so take a look at our illustration to see what London’s changing skyline tells us about the value of our money.

Read the full article on our website http://therealasset.co.uk/buying-gold-london/.

About The Real Asset Company
The Real Asset Company is an open market place for individuals to buy gold bullion online, in LBMA approved vaults in London, Geneva and Singapore. Gold bullion is allocated into your name at the point of sale, meaning the gold instantly becomes your legal property. If you own more than 1kg of gold, we can even help you open a personal vault account in your name. Contact us for more details.

By facilitating the exchange of ownership of physical assets The Real Asset Company is not regulated by the FSA, but by the usual three pillars of English Law:

  • The investigating authority is the Metropolitan Police Force.
  • The prosecuting authority is the UK Crown Prosecution Service which assesses evidence provided by the investigating authority.
  • The Criminal Courts of the UK hear the case of the prosecuting authority.


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