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Gold/silver ratio

• Refers to the monetary conversion rate between one ounce of gold and the appropriate ounces of silver. You divide the one-ounce price of gold by the current silver price, for the same delivery time, and determine the number of silver ounces required for this equation. This measurement goes back at least to a bimetallic monetary standard.

 
 

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