Gold bondBonds issued by gold-mining companies and backed by gold. The bonds make interest payments based on the level of gold prices.
Golden handshakeGolden handshake
A large payment to a senior employee who is forced into retirement or fired as a result of a takeover or simular development.
Gold barsGold bars
Bars with a minimum content of 99.5% gold, which may be held by central banks or traded by investors.
Goldilocks economyGoldilocks economy
A term developed in the mid 1990s to describe the positive performance of the economy as "not too hot, not too cold; just right."
Gold cardGold card
A plastic payment card which normally allows the holder higher spending limits over the standard card. Also loan facilities are sometimes available. People holding such a card are often required to be earning a minimum salary level. Gold cards are usually either charge cards or credit cards.
Monetary goldMonetary gold
Gold held by governmental authorities as a financial asset.
Further SuggestionsGold standard
Gold exchange standard