Turkish gold imports continue to fall in February
Turkey imported just 2.1 tonnes of gold in February, down from 2.26 tonnes in January.
Fresnillo results hurt by dip in gold, silver prices
Full-year pretax profit dropped 40%, hurt by falling gold and silver prices.
Sale AngloGold’s only option – Barclays
Any sale would lose AngloGold about 5% of its overall production.
Gold Fields could spend up to $500m on mine
The South African bullion producer is however only interested in working mines.
Gold ETP holdings drop most this year
Holdings declined the past 4 days after touching an almost 5-month high of 1,679.8 tons on Feb 24.
Gold & silver investing strong – sellers vanish
Gold Investor Index leaps near 2-year high, positive demand for silver too…
Greece blocks work at Skouries gold mine
Eldorado Gold says Greece has revoked the approval needed to complete construction work at the Skouries plant.
Silver Wheaton adds Vale gold with $900m output purchase
Agrees to buy $900 million worth of gold from Vale’s Salobo mine in Brazil.
Australia’s gold output highest in 11 years
Gold production rose by 4% in 2014 to 284 tonnes, the highest level since 2003.
Mauritius central bank seeks to buy gold from Australia
Mauritius’ central bank will buy an undisclosed amount of gold from Australia’s Perth Mint.
U.S. Mint American Eagle gold coin sales dip in Feb
Sales were down 77% from January, as investors eyed the soaring stock markets.
India gold premiums set to rise
India’s finance minister surprised jewellers by maintaining import duty at a record level in Saturday’s budget.
Could China actually have 30,000 tonnes of gold in reserves?
Last year gold analyst, Alasdair Macleod, suggested that China had accumulated 25,000 tonnes of gold between 1982 and 2003.
SGE plans yuan-denominated gold fix
People close to the matter say the exchange plans to start a yuan-denominated gold fix this year.
3 killed over gold discovery on Mali-Guinea border
Mali says three of its nationals were killed during a violent skirmish over a gold discovery.
HK January gold exports to China confirm strong demand
An increase in net gold exports to mainland China in January partly confirms the continuing strong demand.
Gold exports lead Turkey to smallest trade gap since ‘10
The gap shrank 38 percent from a year ago in January to $4.31 billion.
Kyrgyzstan threatens to nationalise Centerra mine
The Kumtor gold mine will be nationalised unless Centerra agrees within a month to a proposed JV.
Thailand to let Kingsgate gold mine restart
Kingsgate’s shares will remain under voluntary suspension until the Chatree mine restarts.
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