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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold mine output turning down this year. Is Peak Gold with us?

22 Jun 2017 - Latest analysis from Metals Focus sees global gold production turning down marginally this year after rising year-on-year for almost a decade.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Russia adds another 21.8 tonnes to gold reserves in May

20 Jun 2017 - Russia added nother 21.8 tonnes of gold to its reserves in June after only a 6.2 tonne increase a month earlier

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Fed rose tinted view knocks gold back a few notches

16 Jun 2017 - Analysis of the statement at the end of this week's FOMC meeting has seen the gold price marked down, but burgeoning gold demand in Asia keeps the yellow metal's long term future positive.

Lawrence Williams

SHARPS PIXLEY Sees A 252 pct Increase In Physical Gold Demand

09 Jun 2017 - The elections leading to a hung parliament in the UK have seen a rush into physical gold by investors, as the country slips into a political vacuum. The uncertainty both in the UK and indeed geopolitical concerns across the globe have fed into firmer...

Ross Norman

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China’s ‘official’ gold reserves unchanged for 7th straight month

08 Jun 2017 - The Peoples Bank of China has reported yet another month of unchanged gold reserves. Is this realistic or has the country just reverted to only announcing its gold reserve increases as and when it seems opportune?

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Chinese gold demand falling, not rising

07 Jun 2017 - Latest SGE withdrawal figures for May now put the cumulative year-to-date total marginally below that of a year ago and well below the record 2015 level,

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Lewitt, Minsky, Williams and gold

06 Jun 2017 - Two very erudite newsletter writers give their uncompromising views on the direction of central bank policies and their conclusions are disturbing.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Equities markets nervous as gold nears $1,300

06 Jun 2017 - Gold has been trading for much of the day in the $1,290s putting the psychological $1,300 level in play. What could drive it through this level - and higher?!

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold – Scenarios from $700 to $5,000

05 Jun 2017 - The latest In Gold We Trust magnum opus comes up with pricing scenarios ranging from a low of $700 to a high of $5,000, and levels in between but the report's authors put thbe probability at the higher levels.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Could gold hit $1,300 this week?

05 Jun 2017 - Potential Black Swan events are lining up which could drive the gold price through $1,300. None of these are in any way certainties but in combination they could contribute to the kind of unease which could restimulate safe haven investment.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold: A play on the Fed and the UK election?

02 Jun 2017 - Two events taking place over the next two weeks could be the short term gold price drivers - the UK General election which looks like being far closer than initially predicted and the FOMC meeting when the next U.S. interest rate decision will be made.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Australia's Q1 gold output down on Q4 2016 but....

29 May 2017 - March quarter Australian gold output was 8% below that of Q4 2016, but still marginally up on a year earlier. Total gold production this year could well hit 300 tonnes or more.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: So who is really manipulating the gold price?

27 May 2017 - Analyst and economic and precious metals commentator Jim Rickards, comes up with an alternative opinion as to who is behind gold price suppression, if indeed it is happening.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: India top importer of Swiss gold for fourth successive month

24 May 2017 - Latest gold export figures from Swiss customs show India the biigest recipient of re-refined Swiss gold for fourth successive month. Substantially more Swiss gold also flowed directly into mainland China than into Hong Kong.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China’s SGE revises gold withdrawals lower

23 May 2017 - The Shanghai Gold Exchange has adjusted its previously reported month-by-month and cumulative figures for gold withdrawals and the figures now tally

Lawrence Williams

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