The UK is seeing a surge in demand for gold and silver, with gold and copper surging on the London metal exchange.
The value of the metal has shot up by about 60 percent since the Brexit vote, reaching its highest level since the Second World War.
In February, gold reached an all-time high of $1,865.00 an ounce.
The metal has also been gaining momentum since the end of the financial crisis, when demand for the precious metal skyrocketed.
On Wednesday, gold hit its highest value since May 2018 at $1.8367 an ounce, while silver climbed by more than 40 percent.
The metals are also gaining in value because of Brexit, with prices on the precious metals rising in tandem with the Brexit outcome.
On Thursday, the British pound was trading at $US1.3266 per ounce, up $3.24 on Wednesday, and up another $1 on Thursday.
The price of gold on the metal went up by almost 40 percent since June 8, 2017.
The pound has risen from around $US5 a barrel on June 8 to around $1 by today.
The dollar, on the other hand, is still below $US3.25 by the time the vote is over.
While the UK has seen an influx of interest in gold and precious metals, it is not the only country to be seeing an influx in demand.
Australia is also seeing an increase in demand, with more and more people wanting to buy precious metals.
On Friday, gold was up almost 2 percent on Friday, but gold prices continued to surge on the market.
The US dollar, meanwhile, is up nearly 7 percent on the day.
The move to the pound has also helped to push gold and the US dollar higher.
Gold has also seen a surge among Chinese investors.
As the Brexit result came into effect, Chinese gold miners were looking for a quick gain.
They are now buying gold at record prices, and many of the miners are also purchasing silver.
Some investors are also buying silver at record highs.
China has been experiencing a bull market in the past few months, and has also increased its interest in precious metals in recent months.