Gold bars and Swiss Franc banknotes are seen in this illustration picture taken at the GSA in Vienna November 13, 2014. Swiss voters looked set November 30, 2014, to clearly reject proposals that would have forced the central bank to buy up massive amounts of gold and imposed strict limits on immigration, threatening close economic ties to the European Union. The “Save our Swiss gold” initiative, proposed by the right-wing Swiss People’s Party out of concern that the central bank has sold too much of its gold in the past, looked set to be rejected by 78 percent of voters, according to an initial projection of the voting trend from Swiss broadcaster SRF. Picture taken November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA – Tags: BUSINESS) – RTR4G4C7

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