10
Nov
2016

Central Bank Gold Demand continues in Q3

Dedollarization and Uncertainty drive Central Bank Demand for Gold Central banks added 81.7t to their gold reserves in the third quarter Total central banks purchases in the year-to-date reach 271.1t. Fellow-SCO member Kazakhstan and Belarus also had to holdings 90% of reserve managers intend to increase or maintain gold reserves. “The case for gold remains […]

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09
Nov
2016

Trump Victory Sends Gold Surging 5%

Gold Surges 5% After America Votes Trump President Gold surged over 5% – from $1,270/oz to $1,335/oz prior to profit taking Gold jumped to its highest level in six weeks on early reports that Trump had won the race to the White House; Largest gains since Brexit shock For the next few days, we can […]

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08
Nov
2016

An uncertain election outcome looks good for gold

Uncertain Election Outcome and Uncertainty After Bodes Well For Gold Polls suggest Clinton to win but as with Brexit is chance of surprise PredictWise gives Clinton an 89% chance of becoming President-elect, giving just Trump just an 11% chance. Gold price may move about 1.8% to 4% if result is uncertain Demand for gold and […]

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07
Nov
2016

Ignore past elections, this one’s too uncertain

Ignore election theory, this one’s too uncertain This year’s election breaks the mould in a number of important ways Markets seem to be agnostic as to which party is in control of the White House. However, likely that uncertainty will drive markets for time-being Polls might be victim to ‘the Bradley effect’ Hillary is seen […]

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04
Nov
2016

Gold may be the only winner in US elections

Gold will win US election Gold could rise to at least 8% following election Trump victory will push gold up 10% Uncertainty pre and post election likely to support the gold price Election jitters are one of several drivers for the gold price Trump win will release a ‘wave of risk aversion’ Safe-haven demand maybe […]

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03
Nov
2016

The London Gold Market – ripe for take-over by China?

Will the London Gold Market Self Destruct? London Gold Market has been unchallenged for nearly 100 years So opaque that quotes of its $5 trillion size are estimates Five new offerings are set to appear in the market in the next six months Increased fragmentation set to reduce liquidity A share of gold price discovery […]

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02
Nov
2016

Diwali, Gold and India – Is Love Affair Over?

Diwali, Gold and India –  Is the Love Affair Over? I live in Dubai where Diwali has been the focus for many this weekend. With Diwali comes not just fantastic light displays and celebrations but also huge adverts for Hindus to buy gold for their loved ones in India and throughout the world. Buying gold […]

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01
Nov
2016

Silver Krugerrands By South African Mint Coming Soon – Massive Clearance Sale on Gold Krugerrands

Silver Krugerrands Produced By South African Mint – New Source Of Demand For Silver Coins As interest in silver investment expands throughout the world, the South African Mint will produce its first Silver Krugerrand (1 oz ) which will be released this November. Silver Krugerrands (1 oz) 2017 (Source: SRSrocco) As reported by Steve St. […]

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28
Oct
2016

Trump “Will Probably Win” and Gold “May Rise $100” Overnight – Rickards

Jim Rickards: Trump “Will Probably Win” and Gold “May Rise $100” Overnight The US election is just two weeks away on November 8th, and one of Hillary Clinton’s most vocal critics on the business side is finance commentator and monetary expert Jim Rickards. Jim is in Sydney this week, armed with his latest book, hot off […]

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27
Oct
2016

World Is Out of Weapons

Satyajit Das has written an excellent article in Bloomberg which clearly details the risks facing the global financial and monetary system and how central bankers are out of monetary ammunition and weapons. NOT A BAD PLACE FOR IT. PHOTOGRAPHER: ERWIN WODICKA/ULLSTEIN BILD/GETTY IMAGES VIA BLOOMBERG Excerpt: “No one likes to admit defeat. But global policymakers, […]

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