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US Global's Frank Holmes discusses the similarities and differences between the 2014 gold rally and the one seen in 2009, both of which were preceded by a 29% drop.
Sharps Pixley CEO, Ross Norman, cautions people not to fall for social stereotypes of chalk-striped English bankers all sitting cosily in an oak-panelled room.
The potential political and economic fallout between Russia and the West over Ukraine and Crimea could have a major destabilising effect on the global economy and give a further boost to the gold price.
According to analysts, the change in emphasis in the gold market to buyers in the East is likely to make prices more reactive to sharp rallies.
One suspects that the days of the London Gold Fixing in its current form may be numbered – but what mechanism can be implemented to replace it has to remain uncertain.
Global gold output is poised to decline after the worst price slump in 30 years spurred producers to cut spending and revise mining plans.
Grant Williams argues that the shift of the yellow metal from west to east will make it increasingly difficult for western nations to regain their gold holding.
The London gold fix may have been manipulated for a decade by the banks setting it, say researchers.
The world’s largest gold ETF has seen 10 tonnes of inflows in February as compared with last year’s huge outflows and the market impact, should the trend continue, could be strong indeed.
Jan Skoyles looks at five of the oddest, richest and most daring gold robberies the world has ever seen.
We are beginning to see cracks in the overall bearish sentiments towards gold expressed by most bank analysts earlier this year, but some still remain unmoved by the recent positive gold price performance.
Statistics are how you read them and China both imported 326% more gold from Hong Kong in January than it did a year earlier, or 9% less than in the previous month.
Credit Agricole says gold demand in China will be sustained as incomes expand, supporting prices above $1,000.
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.
Massive impairments suggest the world’s top 10 gold miners are in serious trouble, but this is just a financial accounting mechanism and doesn’t really adversely affect day to day operations and earnings.
The more bullish view from UBS contrasts with outlooks from Societe Generale and Goldman, which expect the metal to falter.
The Indian government, that was reportedly considering doing away with the controversial 80:20 scheme for gold imports, has instead strengthened it.
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