Halfway through September and gold still in doldrums

By Lawrence Williams

Contrary to the predictions of many gold commentators, this September has not yet seen any annual uptick in the gold price – indeed so far the trend has been downwards.

Despite obvious benefits, gold still misunderstood - Mikhailovich

By Dorothy Kosich

While western investors seem united in their dislike for physical gold, eastern nations embrace the advantages of ownership, says Simon Mikhailovich.

 

Gold imports soar 176% in India

By Shivom Seth

August gold demand in India surges ahead of the festival season in India and in comparison to low demand last year.

Uranium officially enters bull market

By Ben Sharples & Heesu Lee (Bloomberg)

Uranium has entered a bull market, amid new sanctions against Russia and a labour strike at the world’s biggest mine in Canada.

  • Uranium: Not if but when
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    Iamgold’s Niobec up for sale despite success

    By Dorothy Kosich

    One of the world’s top three niobium producers is selling its Niobec mine, despite a record year of production.

    Fresnillo’s proposed deal with Newmont to boost gold output 50%

    By Dorothy Kosich

    With 100% of the Penmont JV, Mexican silver-gold miner Fresnillo hopes to achieve 750,000 ounces of gold production by 2018.

     

    AngloGold scraps share sale, split after investor push back

    By Andre Janse van Vuuren (Bloomberg)

    Billionaire investor John Paulson, whose hedge fund holds 6.6% of the company, objected to the share sale, saying it was “value destructive.”

  • Investec suggests AngloGold sell rest of Kibali mega gold mine
  • Gold ETFs outflows - 15th consecutive month in India

    By Shivom Seth

    Indian demand for bullion is also expected to fall by 13% to 850 metric tonnes this year, the lowest level since 2009.

     

    Gold industry needs ‘cleansing’ of weakest miners

    By Liezel Hill (Bloomberg)

    Fidelity Investments says the gold industry needs more mergers to help improve investor returns and eliminate unprofitable mines.

    NV Legislature approves $1.25B in Tesla gigafactory tax breaks

    By Dorothy Kosich

    Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has signed legislation giving tax breaks and other amenities to Tesla’s proposed lithium-ion battery factory near Reno.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    Gold trading hubs vie for Asian demand

    Tuesday , 16 Sep 2014

    Exchanges at Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and Thailand compete in a race to grab the bulk of Asian demand for gold.

  • China advances launch of international gold exchange
  • AngloGold scraps share sale, split after investor push back

    Monday , 15 Sep 2014

    Billionaire investor John Paulson, whose hedge fund holds 6.6% of the company, objected to the share sale, saying it was “value destructive.”

  • Investec suggests AngloGold sell rest of Kibali mega gold mine
  • Gold industry needs ‘cleansing’ of weakest miners

    Monday , 15 Sep 2014

    Fidelity Investments says the gold industry needs more mergers to help improve investor returns and eliminate unprofitable mines.

    Peru gold helps reignite free trade talks with India

    Monday , 15 Sep 2014

    Direct selling increased Peru’s gold exports to India, from $106 million in 2012 to $270 million in 2013, an increase of 150%.

    NV Legislature approves $1.25B in Tesla gigafactory tax breaks

    Friday , 12 Sep 2014

    Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has signed legislation giving tax breaks and other amenities to Tesla’s proposed lithium-ion battery factory near Reno.

    Gold ETFs outflows - 15th consecutive month in India

    Monday , 15 Sep 2014

    Indian demand for bullion is also expected to fall by 13% to 850 metric tonnes this year, the lowest level since 2009.

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