LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Swiss Gold Stats - Don't be misled by mainstream media

22 Oct 2020 - A Reuters report published yesterday suggests a new pattern emerging in Swiss gold exports and imports, but in reality the latest figures are only a continuation of a trend that has been apparent for some months.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold: Are we nearly there yet?

22 Oct 2020 - Will gold hit the $2,000 level again this year. Perhaps. Much will hinge on the run up to, and outcome of, the U.S. presidential election and the huge, and dangerous, political and ideological divide between the two principal political parties.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: New silver service sees good gains ahead

18 Oct 2020 - The team of researchers at Murenbeeld & Co., under the direction of Chantelle Schieven, Research Head, have launched the Silver Monitor newsletter and predict good price growth ahead for gold'd sibling metal.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: U.S. election and economy will dominate gold price path

17 Oct 2020 - The U.S. Presidential election uncertainties will impact the gold price in the few remaining weeks ahead, until the poll date . Meanwhile the gold miners are beginning to report very positive Q3 earnings figures. at the $1,900 gold price level

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Much stronger month for Chinese gold demand in September

15 Oct 2020 - The latest SGE gold withdrawal figures for September suggest that gold demand in the world's biggest consuming nation is beginning to pick up strongly, although still well below annual gold demand seen for 2018 and hugely below the annual record.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold resilient, but what about silver?

13 Oct 2020 - Silver, despite seemingly recent price performance, has still comfortably outperformed gold year to date and both have risen far more than general equities.. What are their prospects looking ahead?

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Central Banks turn net gold sellers in August – but don’t panic.

12 Oct 2020 - A very large gold sale pf 31.7 tonnes from the Uzbekistan central bank, to help alleviate the adverse economic effects of the coronavirus, caused the global central bank August take to fall into negative territory, but overall gold demand remains positive

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold battleground at $1,900 behind us?

10 Oct 2020 - With uncertainty reigning over the likely result of the U.S. Presidential election at the beginning of November, coupled wit additional uncertainties over the course of the virus pandemic, gold and silver seem to have recovered some of their mojo on...

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: : Gold prices subdued relative to financial assets

04 Oct 2020 - With the latest U.S. black swan development - President Trump catching COVID-19 only a month ahead of the Presidential election, uncertainty reigns and that, among other things, has to be positive for gold whoever finally wins the election..

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Is $1,900 gold’s real short term top?

01 Oct 2020 - The gold price keeps on bouncing up against the $1,900 level before being brought back again. How long can this go on? Is the next stage now in sight?

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Some respite from gold and silver attacks

29 Sep 2020 - The recengt attacks on gold and si;lver prices at last seem to be diminishing as both key precious metals have been seeing advances, with gold getting near $1,900 again and silver back over 24. Presidential election uncertainty is coming to the fore.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Swiss gold imports suggest some profit-taking, but exports to India pick up

25 Sep 2020 - Swiss customs has announced the figures for August gold imports and exports with the figures continuing to show something of a reversal of gold flows, although exports to India, at least, appear to be picking up.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Markets meltdown – is this the shape of things to come?

22 Sep 2020 - Monday saw big falls in both equities and precious metals prices in the U.S. which tends to set the sceme for global markets. Precious metals opened nervously today while European stocks opened sharply lower too.. How will markets perform from now on?

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Russia sticks to its guns – no new central bank gold buying

22 Sep 2020 - Russia has yet again announced a zero increase in its central bank gold holdings as it has done every month since April. However gol is now being sold on the international market and is of huge importance to the country's balance of trade.

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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Powell speaks and gold and silver drop

17 Sep 2020 - Jerome Powell's press conference after the latest FOMC meeting was largely as expected, but even so gold and silver prices were marked own sharply despite rising in anticipation beforehand.

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