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Gold snaps six-day losing streak as rally in the dollar pauses

Bullion exchange-traded fund holdings drop for a second day.

Sibanye targeting gold acquisition by end of 2016, CEO says

Adding to its acquisitions of platinum operations in South Africa.

Peru declares mining-related emergency in remote part of Amazon

Mercury poisoning linked to illegal gold mining.

Gold in longest slump since November as Fed signals higher rates

Assets in gold ETFs extend gain to highest since November 2013.

Gold holds four-day drop as Fed ‘bigwigs’ signal higher rates

Assets in gold ETFs extend rise to highest since November 2013.

The Federal Reserve is not going to raise rates and destroy gold

Don’t overreact to Fed minutes.

Gold takes ‘brunt of the selling’ as Fed primes markets for hike

Silver rises, while platinum and palladium head for the biggest weekly drops since January.

Gold takes ‘brunt of the selling’ as Fed primes markets for hike

Bullion retreats for third week in longest run since November.

Gold drops to three-week low as Fed points to possible June hike

Emori Capital expects market to hold support at $1,250

Gold tumbles as investors weigh Fed remarks before FOMC minutes

Silver, platinum and palladium also fall.

As Brexit, trump multiply global risks, gold seen at $1 400

Saxo Bank’s Ole Hansen says that ‘we have got several risks’.

Gold steadies as Eton Park buys, Soros takes bullion miner stake

Funds join Singer, Druckenmiller in bullish bullion outlook.

Paulson cuts gold stake as Soros buys Barrick, Eton adds bullion

Gold futures have climbed 21% this year.

Five charts show how gold miners have become stock-market stars

Shares of world’s biggest bullion producers doubled this year.

Gold advances as investors extend fund-buying spree to 14 days

Silver, platinum and palladium also climb.

Central bankers’ wisdom faulted as gold holdings surge 25%

ETPs have expanded to the highest level since December 2013.

The great gold rush of 2016 is gathering pace

The 25% jump in gold holdings that shows angst on central banks.

South Africa gold mines face 500,000-strong suit on diseases

Following landmark judgement in South Gauteng High Court today.

Gold narrows second weekly decline as equity drop spurs demand

Silver, platinum and palladium also rise.

AMCU starts strike at Sibanye platinum mine

Despite the company receiving a court order declaring the strike “unlawful and unprotected”

Watch: ArcelorMittal SA ‘far down the track’ with Saldanha Works IPP project

Acting CEO Dean Subramanian says ArcelorMittal is negotiating a gas to power offtake agreement for its Saldanha Works plant.