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A mining disaster, profiting from tarnished gold, top trades for the quarter, counting your eggs, the new world’s largest yacht, and Japan’s QE spree spurs a bonds short.

Despite strong equity rallies here and abroad, Australian miners have been left behind. But this week, Goldman Sachs sees value in the beaten-down resources sector. The bank also advises clients to sell gold, as George Soros says the precious metal has been “destroyed” as a safe haven — although prices may already have bottomed. Elsewhere, the Bank of Japan takes QE to a whole new level, amid warnings the government bond market there may finally collapse. You’ll also find Bank of America’s top trades for the quarter ahead; stocks priced in eggs and milk; and the world’s new biggest yacht.



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