25 October 2021Switzerland has released its gold export figures for September and India was again comfortably the top destination for the high quality refined gold from the Swiss facilities. Overall over 80% of the Swiss re-refined gold was destined for Asia and the Middle East
23 October 2021Thje gold price had appeared to be on the up on Friday in European and early U.S. trade, but it was all brought down to earth again by an online statement by U,S, Fed chair, Jerome Powell where he agin described the current rising inflationary trend as 'transitory'
22 October 2021The Russian central bank has announced its latest gold reserve position and reports upping its reserve by an Insignifican 3.1 tonnes, but does this represent the true picture?
20 October 2021The gap between the prices of palladium and platinum seems to be narrowing and while it will take a considerable omount of time yet for platinum to regain its price leadership role, its long term future looks better than that of its fellow pgm
17 October 2021The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) has just announced its outwards gold statistics for September and these show that gold withdrawals from the Exchange, which we assess to be the best estimate of the nation's real gold demand, are already higher after nine-months than they were for the whole of 2020 and are trending higher than the 2019 pre-Covid figures.
13 October 2021Currernt economic patterns put a period of stagflation firmly on the horizon. Stagflation tends to be negative for equities and bonds, but rather more positive for precious metals which give some protection against declines in fiat currency purchasing power.
12 October 2021All the precious metals are trading pretty flat at the moment and we see nothing on the immediate horizon to change that picture, Gold and silver remain data driven while pgms are showing perhaps the most weakness potential as the automobile manufacturing sector suffers from a shortage of microprocessor chips
05 October 2021Latest unofficial gold import figures out of India suggest that 2021 consumption remains particularly strong, although probably insufficiently so to knock China of its No.1 global gold demand slot. Overall, though, strong Asian consumption overall bodes well for supply.demand fundamentals and the gold price, particularly if the U.S. Fed slows down its bond-purchasing and interest rate raising plans.
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