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A very large gold sale on the futures markets knocked the gold price down sharply, could there be more to come?
Jeffrey Currie isn’t backing down from his bearish call on gold; he’s sticking with the view that it will be lower by the end of year.
After investors sent bullion tumbling in 2013 and kept dumping the metal earlier this year, demand is now up and prices are defying bearish forecasts.
Gold producers will return to net hedging for the first time since 2011 this year, say GFMS analysts.
While investors are shunning gold, they’re buying ETPs backed by equities, shows data compiled by Bloomberg.
“We continue to believe that a number of the seniors and intermediates need to establish 2018 and beyond pipeline assets for growth and to replace existing production.”
Gold has been falling despite positive fundamentals. This suggests that there could be a turnaround if sentiment starts moving in favour. Could this happen in the second half of the year?
Julian Phillips, of the Gold Forecaster, weighs in on changing dynamics between currencies and gold.
Ken Hoffman points out that Bloomberg figures suggest China and India alone are consuming more gold than the world’s miners produce.
While the much reported decline in Chinese gold buying in April has contributed to the gold price decline, Ben Kramer-Miller shows that Chinese demand still runs high regardless.
Pierre Lassonde revolutionized investing with the creation of the first gold royalty company. Three decades later, he is as confident in this model as ever. A Gold Report interview.
Short-term prospects for the gold price are viewed as problematic by gold guru Jeff Nichols in his latest analysis, but he still sees a pick up late in the year and beyond.
Michael Curran of Beacon Securities tells The Gold Report about some of his favorite ideas to unearth small cap equities that add value and gold exposure to a portfolio.
Despite downgrading short and medium term gold price forecasts, UBS analysts reckon limited investor interest limits downside and see this as an investment positive.
Adrian Day believes investors in junior gold stocks should shift toward companies helmed by experienced managers with skin in the game and with exceptional projects.
Investors should seek high-grade, low-cost projects with exploration upside in stable jurisdictions, Duncan Hughes of RFC Ambrian tells The Gold Report.
Morgan Stanley bank analysts are the latest ones to see the gold price continue to weaken through this year and next with a $1,168 average price prediction for H2 2014 and $1,138 for 2015.
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