Gold trades near 3-month low as Fed outlook trumps Greece

‘Gold has disappointed in how it reacted to Greece’.

Palm oil’s outlook beats gold – top metals forecaster

On El Ninos’ potential to affect weather and harvests worldwide.

Gold heads for a second weekly decline

As the prospect of Fed rate increase trumps Greece.

Gold companies cheap to buy but not for long

Fund Manager Adrian Day considers whether these conditions will change in coming months. A Gold Report interview.

Wage negotiations heat up

Unions positive on the spirit of negotiations. But unhappy that some demands have not been addressed.

Nordgold 2015 output guidance ‘conservative’

CEO admits that the company’s gold production guidance figures are indeed conservative.

Gold barely registers Greece-induced Armageddon

One would imagine that such a scenario might be constructive for gold, writes Barry L Ritholtz.

Gold unruffled by Greece as trading range enters 4th month

Gold is little changed this week and volatility dropped to a 7-month low.

Thousands of children rescued from Tanzania gold mines

More than 12,000 children have been rescued in the past 3 years.

Sorry gold bulls, metal’s best forecaster expects more declines

There’s going to be no relief anytime soon from gold’s worst losing streak in almost two decades.

Barrick’s cyanide breakthrough on gold solves a puzzle for gain

The new technique will let the company recover about 2.25 million ounces of gold worth $2.6bn over five years.

Finding DeGrussa(s)

How Sandfire tapped an underappreciated region for VMS prospectivity.

China targets counterweight in gold trade with Yuan fix

The benchmark could ultimately give Asia more power over bullion trade.

Iamgold cuts 2015 production forecast

Following a ‘localized seismic event’ at its Westwood mine in Québec.

First offer and union demands worlds apart

South African gold companies offer job security and profit sharing to compensate.

SA gold producers offer wage hikes of up to 13%

Falls short of demands for increases of more than 80%.

Gold climbs as fears over Greece knock stocks, euro

European stocks, euro slide on Grexit threat.

Gold price standoff despite confluence of positives

Price has been remarkably steady over the past week despite a number of factors, which might have been expected to cause it to rise.

Investors add most gold to funds in 5 months

Gold is being supported by ‘continued worries related to Greece and investors returning to ETFs.’


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