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Commentator Zhang Jie reckons in the same way Western central banks use gold leasing and short sell, China also needs to employ deception to secretly accumulate gold.
Derek Hamill, Zimtu Capital Corp.'s new head of research, discusses where the investment dollars are moving in the Athabasca Basin, and what areas are worth watching going forward. Interview with The Energy Report.
New York resident Kevin Maher has filed a lawsuit against the five banks involved in setting the London gold fix, according to a filing in US District Court in Manhattan.
Michael Ballanger, director of wealth management and a certified investment manager with Richardson GMP, say juniors are turning a corner. A Gold Report interview.
Commodities as a whole are outperforming the equity benchmark S&P 500 index so far this year. But can it last?
Jan Skoyles looks at five of the oddest, richest and most daring gold robberies the world has ever seen.
Julian Phillips reckons gold’s move upwards contradicts the popular opinion that it should be sold and funds invested in equity markets.
VSA Capital's Paul Renken calls 2014 a soft year for gold and silver prices, but foresees stronger prices for nickel, copper and tech metals as the year progresses. Interview with The Mining Report.
India’s gold demand remained buoyant in 2013, rising 13% from 2012, despite the government introducing several restrictions to curb imports, says Frank Holmes.
Benjamin Asuncion and Geordie Mark of Haywood Securities forecast 2014 gold and silver prices of $1,300/oz and $21.50/oz, respectively. An interview with The Gold Report.
Prices had been falling the last three years, but this year commodity funds and US ETFs have risen by 2.2% on average.
For uranium prices to appreciate in the foreseeable future, one must look not only at the reactors under construction worldwide, but the ones coming online soon.
The investment guru says the fact that mining companies have begun to curtail production is a sign of an end of a bear market.
In a paper published this week, the WEF looks at the role and contribution of mining and metals in a sustainable world – and one of the key themes is around the circular economy.
The gap between gold ETF sales and UK exports suggests heavy sales by investors such as hedge funds and wealthy family offices.
Gold rose to $51 an ounce for the week, breaking above its 200-day moving average for the first time since August 2012.
Nedbank Capital's Paul Miller argues that, in the current environment, financing requirements cannot be left until after feasibility studies have been completed.
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