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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.
Several mines globally have already suspended output in the past 18 months.
Economist Martin Murenbeeld’s weighted-probability forecast for gold in 2015 is an average of $1,335 an ounce.
Fidelity Investments says the gold industry needs more mergers to help improve investor returns and eliminate unprofitable mines.
The latest gold withdrawal figures from the SGE suggest that wholesale Chinese gold demand may be picking up again well after a run of several poor months.
Continuing escalation of conflict in Ukraine and moves to counter what is seen as Russian aggression could see severe global economic fallout and bring gold back into true safe haven territory.
Indian and Chinese gold demand may not be quite as lacklustre as the mainstream media would have you believe, while geopolitical events continue to churn.
While the latest WGC Gold Demand Trends report notes a sharp fall compared with the exceptional levels of a year ago, it sees market consolidation and long term growth.
Recent relative gold and silver price stability now permits investors to choose companies which can build value and demonstrate cash flows at today's prices, says Chris Thompson.
Gold sales out of ETFs – and out of GLD in particular – were seen as responsible for last year’s gold price crash – but this year and ahead it could be all change.
Investors are all too familiar with the KABOOM in precious metals prices in the fall of 2011. Three years later Jeb Handwerger explains why it's important to position yourself for some fall fireworks again.
After years spent in the shadow of gold, miners are back in favor, driven by stronger earnings and cuts to mining costs.
Despite the current import duties on gold India remains a very significant player and any change in the import restrictions could have a stron effect on the metal price
Dennis Gartman warns that the dangerous geopolitical situation could defeat the financial forces that are keeping the gold price depressed.
The gold price appears to be under daily pressure as news fatigue on the many world flashpoints kicks in, but it has been proving remarkably resilient so far despite this.
In a recent CNBC interview, Dr Ron Paul said gold could go to infinity – this article examines why he might make such a prediction.
Geopolitical events, particularly in Ukraine, are overtaking us as rhetoric, and sanctions, escalate. Russia believes in gold and has been buying. Should we in the West be doing so too?
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