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The state sent investigators to Guangdong province to probe a seven-fold surge in precious metals exports.
Well-known technical analyst Ian McAvity sets out some points he would like to see built in to the new London gold benchmarking process.
The company faces headwinds including high debt levels and a faltering gold price.
The replacement process for a new London gold benchmarking solution, expected in Q1 2015, is underway.
The country expanded its stockpile by 37.2 metric tons in September, according to data on the IMF's website.
Although China’s growth has slipped the Asian dragon remains the key driver for metals and minerals prices and trade.
Third quarter results continue the trend of the past two years, with earnings plunging 32%.
Gold prices climbed to their highest level since September 10 last week, breaking above the $1,250 an ounce level.
Sibanye Gold could be first to use gas-powered trains.
One analyst notes: “There’s been a very big divergence between the performance of gold equities globally.”
Diane Garrett, CEO of Romarco Minerals, is at the crux. She is so close to financing and permitting on a key North American gold project.
This could be an opportunity of a lifetime for contrarian investors, argues Oliver Gross in this Gold Report interview.
Sibanye has announced record gold output in Q3 but its full year production target still looks an ambitious one.
At last, Stratex’s Altintepe project in is nearing construction completion with first gold production expected in Q1 2015.
Holter expresses his disappointment with the quality of the debate on gold manipulation at the New Orleans Investment Conference.
The new electronic gold price mechanism is expected to be in operation early in the first quarter of next year.
...that’s only part of the story. SGE withdrawals seem to be going through the roof – and what about India?
These are some of the themes expected to dominate gold producers 3Q results this week.
The country has signed a string of investment deals with China totalling $11 billion.
How the futures markets conspire to keep commodity prices down with paper and keep the rich nations supplied at the expense of the poorer ones.
Imports rose in September as retailers and fabricators boosted purchases ahead of a holiday sales season.
ABG has reiterated 2014 full production guidance upwards of 700,000 gold ounces.
The 5-pound gold nugget was dug up in Northern California this past summer.
The Peruvian miner was hit by lower grades at its Pallancata mine and a two-week strike at the Arcata asset.
The net loss was mainly due to the R1.38bn impairment of the company's Phakisa mine.
The spike in output is largely due to the opening of new mines, including the Kibali mine.
China’s 2014 Gold yearbook states that Chinese gold demand last year came to 2,199 tonnes of which imports were 1,524 tonnes.
Analysts at Societe Generale and GFMS are predicting net hedging for the year of 40 tonnes, the most since 1999.
Nord Gold has again seen increased Y-on-Y gold output from its operations in the FSU and West Africa.
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