Millionaires invested more in art, luxury in 2010-report

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* Alternative investments in demand as wealth levels rebound * Art, luxury cars, watches and coins popular with investors * New and growing demand from emerging markets By Silke Koltrowitz ZURICH, June 22 (Reuters) - Demand for art, watches, rare wines, vintage cars and other offbeat investments that set pulses racing expanded in 2010 as wealth levels of the world's super-rich rebounded from the financial crisis, a report said. "The value of many categories of investments of ...

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