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Calculations on gold supply and demand for the current year suggest that gold supply is heading for a deficit of over 400 tonnes.
Despite reports to the contrary, Chinese gold demand remains high and looks set to get close to last year’s record levels.
Fraser Murrell delves into the history of the Gold Standard and how a modern day version could be put in place.
Investors should resist urge to preempt gold price bounce back.
To give some heart to precious metals bulls, Elliott Wave analysis still sees massive gains ahead.
Gold has had a pretty horrendous week and silver an even worse one.
Gold option volatility soared to its highest level since early this year on Friday.
S&P warns that if gold prices average about $1,100/oz in 2015, several N.A. gold producers may have their credit ratings downgraded.
Holter expresses his disappointment with the quality of the debate on gold manipulation at the New Orleans Investment Conference.
Analysts at Societe Generale and GFMS are predicting net hedging for the year of 40 tonnes, the most since 1999.
The gain in the net-long position in New York gold futures and options snapped the longest run of reductions since 2010.
If stock markets are heading for freefall, should one invest in gold and silver as a wealth protector. Perhaps not yet!
Precious Metals analyst, Jeff Nichols, reaffirms his strongly bullish predictions for gold in the medium to long term.
How much has Chinese gold demand fallen this year – 50% or perhaps only 10%? We unravel the conflicting data, which will ultimately be key to where the gold price is headed.
Overall, gold miners are doing well at controlling costs, but short term measures may impact long term results.
The latest analysis from Metals Focus sees global mine production peaking this year and improving fundamentals ahead.
With a strong dollar currently depressing gold prices, Derek Macpherson believes that fundamentals will kick in eventually and bring prices back up.
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