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safe haven

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsafe havenˌsafe ˈhaven noun [countable]  SAFEa place where someone can go in order to escape from possible danger or attack syn refugeprovide/offer/create a safe haven (for somebody) The prime minister wanted to create a safe haven for the refugees.
Examples from the Corpus
safe havenSome investors buy gold as a safe haven in times of political and economic uncertainty.Gold is seen by many investors as a safe haven in times of economic and political instability.A survivor, Nathan hunts for a safe haven.The bond market, a favorite safe haven during the markets tumult, lost its gloss as equities showed signs of life.
From Longman Business Dictionarysafe-havenˌsafe-ˈhaven adjective safe-haven currency/bond/investment etcFINANCE a currency, bond, or investment that has few risksDealers moved to the dollar as the traditional safe-haven currency (=one that is unlikely to lose value).The recent tensions in the Middle East have triggered safe-haven buying.safe havenˌsafe ˈhaven noun [countable]COMMERCEFINANCE a place for business where there are few risks, and where it is safe to invest your money etcIn times of political turmoil, investors seek a safe haven for their funds.
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