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In an opinion piece the President of the China Gold Association reportedly remarked that China should eventually hold some 8,500 tonnes in gold reserves.
Drilling in Canada's Arctic, Agnico-Eagle has discovered some very significant gold mineralization on a relatively new project.
Canada was the leading exporter of gold to the United States for the first half of this year, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Jay Taylor doesn't beat around the bush—he believes the price of gold is being suppressed to support the U.S. dollar and underwrite American foreign policy.
It is often pointed out that September is a great month for gold. It's not shaping up so this year.
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources has developed a mining plan for Clontibret and its chairman/founder is talking of taking on partners to develop it.
Singapore Exchange will start trading the contract next month as it joins other Asian nations in a push for new price benchmarks.
Reported protests and police push back in Hong Kong appear to buoy gold ever so slightly with safe haven buying.
Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster gives his view on the latest ETF gold sales and suggests it's not a dire situation.
Latest weekly withdrawal figures from the Shanghai Gold Exchange suggest Chinese demand is near 2013 levels.
We take a look at volume leaders among miners and juniors on the TSX and TSX-V at about 12:15 PM (EST).
Also: "Don’t buy the market. Buy individual stocks." So says Rick Rule of Sprott Global.
The huge fall in Chinese net gold imports via Hong Kong is perhaps more of an indicator of significantly increasing, but unreported, imports through other ports of entry.
Bron Suchecki of the Perth Mint says gold's fall has Asian markets taking greater interest in gold, according to his sources.
A Hindustan Times report earlier this week reckons around 50 tonnes of gold were smuggled into India in the prior 10 days alone.
11 firms have been ordered to halt gold-mining operations in a 50,000-hectare reserve in the northwest of the country.
The gold price got close to $1,200 yesterday before recovering a little to the low $1,220s, but the pressure still seems to be downwards with bank analysts predicting it will fall yet further.
The gold miner is being pushed to consider asset sales to cut $3.2bn of debt.
Zambia's information minister wants the standoff between KCM and CEC over power tariffs and payments be ended.
Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster takes a quick look at signs of strong Asian gold demand as prices drop.
The co-founders of a Canadian gold company reportedly exploring for gold in Tanzania claim OSC changes against them are “fabricated” and “malicious”.
Several mines globally have already suspended output in the past 18 months.
Goldman's Jeffrey Currie says the worst isn’t over yet for gold after prices erased almost all of this year’s gain.
Jason Mayer of Sprott Asset Management examines near- and long-term plays that look poised to deliver returns in this Mining Report interview.
Some expect demand to grow significantly in the coming months with prices of gold - low - luring consumers in India to buy jewellery.
In his daily commentary, Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster takes a quick look at Asian influence on gold.
KEFI Minerals announces results of an independent review of its Tulu Kapi project which is stated to further improve project economics.
Australian government economists forecast that the country’s mineral and energy export earnings will decrease 1.4% in 2014-2015 and will total A$195 billion (US$173b).
A profitable TSX-V junior gold producer with an operating gold mine in Botswana that has been largely off the radar for a couple of years as has had no need to raise capital.
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