03 March 2021Gold and the other precious metals have been weak again today while equities markets have been mixed, Are we at long last seeing the disastrous effects on most markets of the longer term economic effects of the global virus pandemic?.
01 March 2021Australia retained kits position as either the second or third largest global gold producer, depending on whose figures one takes, with a small gold output increase to 327 tonnes according to Melbourne-based consultancy Surbiton Assocaates
28 February 2021Friday saw across-the-board falls in most precious metals and equities globally, and in the U,S,. Some positive news over the weekend might generate corrections, but markets likely to remain volatile.
25 February 2021Russia reported arelatively insignificant reduction in its gold reserves in January, but one suspects that this may have been an accounting adjustment rather than an indication of a change in policy.
24 February 2021The latest gold import and export data from the Swiss Customs Administration show that the nation's gold trade appears to be getting back to normal after over a year of statistical anomalies
22 February 2021Gold and silver both started the current week positively, with gold breaking back up above $1,800. but will the upwards move be maintained?
19 February 2021Gold seems to have been having a particularly tough time price-wise of late, but is this price fall overdone in the light of the overall effects of the virus pandemic on the global economy?
15 February 2021Gold has been underperforming while platinum and silver have been doing rather better, Equities and bitcoin look to be in a bubble which could be pricked if normality returns, but precious metals could also be brought down in a market meltdown
10 February 2021The past week has so far seen a reasonable recovery in the prices of the precious metals, with the exception, perhaps, of palladium. Platinum has been doing particularly well after underperforming over the past few years.
08 February 2021Latest figures on gold withdrawals for January from China's Shanghai Gold Exchange suggest the nation;s gold demand could be substantially higher this year than last, while Indian demand is pr3edicted to be higher this year too.
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