From the financial market to the mines
The economic turmoil has given new life to gold as the thirst for this metal seems inextinguishable and has consequences all over the world.
Indeed, this infatuation has unintended consequences. For instance, gold fever among the London bankers endangers an Indonesian tropical paradise and its development model based on the preservation of nature and traditional activities.
This edifying investigation draws a parallel between the setup of the gold market, controlled by a handful of financiers, and the unexpected effects of speculation in Indonesia, Europe, and Peru.