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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China gold demand much greater than major analysts tell us

15 Feb 2017 - Total Chinese gold consumption in 2016 will have been close to 2,000 tonnes - way higher than the major precious metals consultancies tell us.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: More gold flows into GLD

09 Feb 2017 - Since the beginning of February - and we are only 7 trading days into the month, the world's largest gold ETF, GLD, has added no less than 33.5 tonnes of gold after around six months of mostly gold liquidations.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold – thriving on uncertainty

08 Feb 2017 - President Trump's unpredictable predictability - or is it vice versa - has been giving the gold price something of a boost.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Jan SGE gold withdrawals hold up in short month

07 Feb 2017 - Shanghai Gold Exchange gold withdrawals in January totalled 184 tonnes - 18% down on a year ago, but this year the Chinese New Year week long holiday started early with the Lunar New Year falling early (Jan 28th) making January a short trading month.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold and Silver Surge on Renewed U.S. Uncertainty

02 Feb 2017 - Gold and silver have received something of a leg up on uncertainties over President Trump's likely policies and a perhaps slightly less hawkish Fed

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China 154, Hong Kong 39. Swiss Dec gold exports show remarkable gold flows

01 Feb 2017 - December's Swiss gold export figures showed a massive 154 tonnes exported to the Chinese mainland and only 39 tonnes to Hong Kong

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Central bank gold purchasing drops sharply in 2016

23 Jan 2017 - With both the main central bank gold purchasers holding off in December - and an overall fall in Chinese monthly purchases in particular - the global total of central bank gold purchases in 2016 will, at best, only be around half early year predictions...

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Making gold great again: All eyes on the White House

21 Jan 2017 - Initial thoughts that perhaps the Trump Presidency might be more conciliatry towards its opposition were dashed on listening to his inauguration address. His policies could thus prove to be very positive for gold.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Same old, same old. Yellen speaks, gold falls

19 Jan 2017 - The gold price slipped sharply following Janet Yellen's latest statement although this did little more than re-iterate the previous statement made after December's interest rate rise.

Lawrence Williams


18 Jan 2017 - It is harder than ever to make a sensible gold forecast and with good reason. Markets are increasingly driven by political events (often impossible to predict) and correspondingly less by economic and market fundamental ones. Prima facie gold is a...

Ross Norman

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold starts higher after US Holiday. Silver disappointing. Gloomy on pgms.

17 Jan 2017 - Precious metals prices moved higher this morning following the Martin Luther King Day holiday, but silver's advance remains muted and the future for pgms uncertain

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: A dismal future for pgms

17 Jan 2017 - Faster growth in electric vehicle production than expected could suggest a dismal long term future for pgm prices with platinum particularly vulnerable because of the 'war' on diesel emissions.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold: $1,200 breakthrough but not held - but next week?

14 Jan 2017 - As the controversy over Donald Trump's assumption of the US Presidency continues one can probably anticipate further gold price strength in the week(s) ahead

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Anti-Trump accusations and rhetoric stimulating gold price

11 Jan 2017 - The unprecedented level of spinning against Donald Trump by the U.S. Security services and others is undermining the U.S. economy and is thus positive for gold in an era of political uncertainty.

Lawrence Williams

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Is China falling out of love with gold? Does it make any difference?

10 Jan 2017 - According to latest figures out of the Chinese central bank the country sold almost 21 tonnes of gold in December, the first reported such sale at least since the beginning of this century.

Lawrence Williams

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