Definition of 'bullion'
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The simplest way of doing this is to hold the commodity in a tangible form, such as gold bullion. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Spread-betters backing the price of bullion for some time instead bet against it holding these highs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now is a good time to reduce holdings in bullion and buy some gold miners. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It feels uncomfortable to change tack and say that it is worth buying bullion. Times, Sunday Times (2011)England was made prosperous by the happy coincidence of supply, demand and silver bullion. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)You can buy bullion, but this requires safe storage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The bank's retail clients number in the hundreds and include dealers who store bullion on behalf of individuals. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was once so precious it was used as a currency - in the way that we might use gold bullion today. The Sun (2011)Current bets - The biggest single holding is in gold bullion. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Buy physical gold Those who like to see what they are getting for their money could buy the real thing in the form of bullion bars. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The manager says -'One way to gain exposure to rising bullion prices is by owning gold equities. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you are convinced by the gold bulls, the easiest way to buy the metal is through an exchange traded fund that tracks the bullion price. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Over in Germany, the gold rush is now so frenzied you can buy bullion from a vending machine. The Sun (2009)Otherwise, aside from buying bullion itself, exchange traded commodities are the most direct route into the precious metal. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said: 'The price of bullion has become too expensive for investors to expect it to act as a reliable hedge against inflation. Times, Sunday Times (2012)COULD 2007 be the year when the price of bullion hits an all-time high? Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: bullion NOUN
Bullion is gold or silver, usually in the form of bars.
They are busy buying up gold bullion.
Definition of bullion from the Collins English Dictionary
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