Gold’s traditional role as a store of wealth has been usurped by art and apartments

“Gold has lost its luster and there’s other mechanisms in which you can store wealth”

Gold jewelers count on Indian festival fortunes to rouse demand

Sales on Tuesday’s Akshaya Tritiya may increase as much as 20% from 2014.

The mystery of China’s gold stash may soon be solved

The IMF is looking for answers.

Central banks to keep buying gold – RBC

RBC weighs in on reserve buying and forecasts 2015 gold appetite by central banks.

Mali gold reserves estimated at 600 tonnes in 2015 – ministry

The precious metal is Mali’s top foreign exchange earner.

‘Companies need to change the story’

In the latest Gold Report interview, analyst Derek Macpherson looks at three resource companies that have done the impossible – increased in value 30% this year.

Tanzanian artisanal gold mine collapse kills at least 19

Officers continue to search through rubble at the site.

Gold advances on Greek debt concerns

Gold rose as concerns over Greece’s debt crisis stoked demand for a haven.

Is gold tide beginning to turn?

Some mainstream analysts predict better things ahead for gold and other precious metals, although this is not a unanimous view.

Gold Reserve targets Venezuela assets as arbitration spat heats up

In 2009, Venezuela nationalized Gold Reserve’s Las Brisas concession.

Gold climbs with precious metals on Greek financing concerns

The yellow metal extended a rebound from a two-week low.

Good mojo at Otjikoto

Quarterly production results put B2Gold on track for growth.

Sudan buys Sawiris stake in Ariab Mining for $100m

Ariab Mining Company owns and operates gold mines.

‘Three more banks’ to join ICE’s gold price benchmark

3 more banks are waiting in the wings to the benchmark, claims a source close to the matter.

Polymetal first-quarter revenue down 11%

The miner reiterates its production guidance of 1.35 million ounces for 2015.

KEFI signs gold/silver mine deal in Ethiopia

Under the 20-year deal, KEFI plans to mine for both gold and silver over an area of 7 square kilometres.

Asia set to muscle out Europe in gold trading

Asia can surpass Europe as the centre of gold trading, says Intercontinental Exchange’s John Ho.

Sudan expects to continue record gold output in 2015

The country expects to produce 76 tonnes of gold this year.
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