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LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Another up and down day for gold

Lawrence Williams

27 November 2021Friday saw a sharp recovery in the gold price in Asian and European markets on news of the discovery of the new Omicron coronavirus mutation in southern Africa. However the price was brought back down sharply again in North American markets despite a sell-off in equities and bitcoin.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Russia adds another 3 tonnes of gold to its reserves

Lawrence Williams

23 November 2021Latest figures from the Russian central bank show another increase in its gold reserves in October of 3.1 tonnes , a similar amount to that recorded also in July and September. However this amount is too small to yet know whether this represents a reversal in the bank's recent gold buying policy.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold and Silver dipped sharply on Friday

Lawrence Williams

22 November 2021After holding up around the $1,860 and $25 levels respectively, gold and silver both fell quite sharply on Friday following an opoinionated speech by Fed board member Christopher Waller. Whether his proposed solution to the current high inflation rate becomes Fed policy or not will likely define the precious metals price path in the short term.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China/Hong Kong back as top importers of Swiss gold in October

Lawrence Williams

21 November 2021The latest gold export figures for October released by the Swiss customs authorities, show that China has resumed its position as the No.1 importer of Swiss gold refinery output, followed by India and Hong Kong.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: China gold demand highest for 3 years

Lawrence Williams

19 November 2021The latest announced gold withdrawals figures from the SGE for October have come in as the highest since 2018 meaning the likely full year total will be the highest since then too/

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Gold and silver finding new levels?

Lawrence Williams

16 November 2021The latest CPI data released in the middle of last week have led to a sharp pick-up in gold and silver prices in particular. If these price levels can be maintained, or built on, we may be seeing a strong upwards price push bringing the chances of $2,000 gold rather nearer.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Newcrest’s Pretium gold mine acquisition moves it up the Tier 1 ladder

Lawrence Williams

15 November 2021News last week of the proposed acquisition of Canada's Pretium Resources by Australian gold major, Newcrest Mining, is yet another example of gold majors maintaining, or increasing, their gold output levels through M&A. Pretium's Brucejack mine is one of the world's most productive and highest grade gold mines.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Massive gold and silver breakout on big CPI increase

Lawrence Williams

11 November 2021With the latest U.S. CPI data figure coming in well above expectations, precious metals all received a price boost - none more so than gold and silver which moved up sharply and, so far, have managed to hold on at the higher levels. We suspect these improved prices may be here to stay and represent something of a reset in the investment attitudes towards gold and silver in particular.

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: Murenbeeld’s new gold price forecasts

Lawrence Williams

08 November 2021Canadain consultancy, Murenbeeld & Co,, whose opinions I rate highly, has come up with a new revised forecast for the gold price over the next few quarters. We think his views are perhaps too conservative but, as one of the most accurate gold price forecasters out there they are well worth publicising to our readers,

LAWRIE WILLIAMS: FOMC outcome boosts gold price - reflections

Lawrence Williams

05 November 2021The latest FOMC meeting deliberations affected the gold price much as we had anticipated. The price fell back on confirmation that the start of the Fed's tapering programme was indeed imminent, but rose again sharply when Fed chair Jerome Powell intimated that prosperctive interest rate rises might be further into the future than markets had been anticipating. There is also speculation that Powell might not be reconfirmed as Fed chair when his term comes up for renewal in February,

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