Gold turbulent on Greek aftermath
The Greek election result fallout will likely create significant waves in the gold market looking ahead – while there’s always the Ukraine to spice things up…
Gold slips as equities recover after Greek vote
Gold has gained about 9% so far this month, largely due to safe-haven demand.
Precious metals coveted once more as Draghi acts
Mario Draghi’s $1.3 trillion pledge drove gold to a 5-month high and silver to the brink of a bull market.
CME starts gold futures in Hong Kong
CME joins a slew of other exchanges vying to establish new price benchmarks in the region.
Zambia to keep mineral tax despite mine closure fears – new president
Will maintain an open dialogue with investors while providing for its citizens.
China 2014 iron ore imports from Australia rise 31.6%
Soaring output by big miners drove down prices and eliminated some smaller suppliers.
Amplats 2014 profit fell as much as 55%
The platinum miner says 2014 profit fell by as much as 55% because of South Africa’s longest mining strike.
Gold’s key role in Turkey’s economy
Turkey is the world’s fourth largest gold consumer and its economy benefits from the role it plays in daily life, says a new WGC report.
Mumbai gold available at discount
Physical gold is reportedly available at a discount in India in rare cases amid weak domestic demand.
Chile regulator could cancel Pascua-Lama mine permit
Chile’s environmental regulator is re-evaluating penalties on Barrick Gold’s Pascua-Lama project.
Platinum price ignoring strike action in SA – UBS
UBS notes the platinum price has yet to gain from strike action at the Zondereinde mine.
Mining too slow in female board appointments – group
Women in Mining U.K. has criticized top firms for being slow to correct the gender balance at board level.
What can we learn from latest German gold repatriation?
German gold repatriation continued in 2014 at a higher pace – but the overall slow speed leaves many questions unanswered.
Northam Platinum strikers to vote again on stoppage
Striking workers will hold another mass meeting to decide whether to continue a week-long wildcat stoppage.
Kosovo backtracks on bid to take control of giant mine
Kosovo said last week it will take control of Trepca, spurring Serbia to lobby the EU to prevent such a step.
Zimbabwe chamber sees mining shrinking for first year in 5
Due to commodity price drops and a lack of capital.
Australian iron ore ports face cyclone threat
The Pilbara Ports Authority has started evacuation of ships at Port Hedland and Dampier port.
Goa revokes two-year iron ore mining ban
The state expects mines could be back up and running by March or April at the earliest.
Cash-strapped Mongolia offers more land for mining
The additional land means that nearly a fifth of the country’s territory is now available for mining.
JSE ALSI50,8741.07%2015-01-27 10:16 +0000
DAX10,740-0.54%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
CAC 404,647-0.59%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Dow Jones close17,6732015-01-27 10:17 +0000
S&P 500 close2,0522015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Gold1,282.580.08%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Silver17.940.06%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Platinum1,257.250.38%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Palladium783.000.30%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Gold ZAR/oz14,803.430.89%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
Brent Crude48.02-0.27%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
USD / Euro0.884-0.70%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
CAD / USD0.8020.09%2015-01-27 10:16 +0000
ZAR / USD0.087-0.92%2015-01-27 10:17 +0000
UAD / USD0.7950.33%2015-01-27 10:16 +0000
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