‘200 tons of gold’ may have been found on sunken ship ?

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Their value may be dwindlingly small in comparison with the losses caused by trade wars or tariffs, but even in 2018, gold treasures have the potential to capture the world's attention.



In 2016, a possible Nazi gold train in Poland kept observers in suspense, even though there still aren't any traces of it two years later. There's a good chance that this year's treasure-hunt story will come out of South Korea, where a company claimed this week that it has discovered a sunken Russian warship.
Shinil Group, a recently founded company based in Seoul, released submarine footage of what its analysts believe could be the shipwreck of the Dmitrii Donskoi, a Russian cruiser that vanished 113 years ago during the Russo-Japanese war. Shinil is speculating on what the ship may have carried: 200 tons of gold that supposedly might be worth $132 billion. (It's unclear how the company compiled those estimates.) The shipwreck is more than 1,300 feet beneath the surface.

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