Jump to navigation
By Krista Hughes, Reuters, Richard Cowan, Reuters | June 18, 2015
By Phil Flynn | May 13, 2015
With the recent rebound in the price of crude oil I am reminded of the famous quote by legendary trader Paul Tudor Jones that prices move first and fundamentals follow.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 6, 2015
China is testing a system with a yuan gold fix at the SGEX, bringing the Shanghai Exchange one step closer to being the world's major gold hub.
By Koh Gui Qing, Reuters | May 6, 2015
By Eddie van der Walt, Bloomberg | February 11, 2015
Gold held above a three-week low before Greece's emergency meeting. This is par for the course in 2015 it seems, since gold has soared 4.2% already this year.
By David Goodman and Andrea Wong, Bloomberg | January 28, 2015
Unexpected monetary easing highlighted divergence among global central bank strategies.
By Glenys Sim, Bloomberg | January 29, 2014
Gold dropped, paring the first monthly advance since August, as physical demand slowed.
By Jeanette Rodrigues, Bloomberg | December 26, 2013
Taiwan’s dollar and the Indonesian rupiah are forecast to lead a recovery in Asian currencies next year as attention shifts to the region’s growth potential and away from the reduction in U.S. monetary stimulus.
By Alasdair Macleod | December 9, 2013
There is precious little bullion left in the West today to supply rapidly increasing Asian demand. It is important to understand how little there is and the dangers this poses for financial stability.
By Frank Holmes | November 20, 2013
While paper gold is getting the cold shoulder in the West, the Love Trade buyers in the East are wrapping their arms around all the physical gold they can get their hands on.