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  1. Central Banks Bought Most Gold In 2018 Since 1967

    LONDON: A surge in gold purchases by central banks to the highest since 1967 helped push global demand for the metal up 4 per cent last year, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday . . . .
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  2. U.S. Mint Silver Eagle Sales Jump In January

    As the demand for precious metals shows some life once again, sales of the U.S. Mint Silver Eagles jumped in January. Not only have Gold . . . .
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  3. Silver Breaking Long-Term Bear Trend

    This article is an update to the view that we expressed here on Silver during the past couple of months. The precious metal apparently . . . .
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  4. Goldman Says Gold Price Will Hit 6-Year High In 2019

    Goldman Sach’s head of commodities research Jeff Currie does not expect an early recovery in long-cycle investment and therefore . . . .
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  5. U.S. Dollar Dives After Federal Reserve Moves To The Sidelines

    The Dollar was clobbered with heavy losses overnight and into Thursday's session after the Federal Reserve (Fed) suggested . . . .
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  6. China Demand 'Buoyant' Even as Gold Prices Top $1310 UK Brexit Plans 'Both Funny and Tragic'

    Gold prices in the London wholesale market touched an 8-month high at $1310 per ounce Tuesday as European stock markets rallied and crude oil rose . . . .
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  7. Silver Shortage Promises To Boost Price In 2019

    Think of it as a potential silver lining for investors. A burgeoning shortage of the precious white metal is promising to boost its price as 2019 rolls out. Silver surged 9.1 percent in December . . . .
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  8. China Builds Up Gold Reserves In Shift Away From Dollar Currency | Weakness And Tensions With US Spur Moves To Diversify

    China added gold to its foreign reserves last month for the first time in more than two years even as it continued paring its U.S. Treasury holdings, part of . . . .
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  9. Countries Are Beginning To Stockpile Gold

    The Bank of China had increased its gold reserves from 1842.6 tons to 1,852 tons in December 2018. This increase represents the first . . . .
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  10. No End In Sight To World's Rising Debt

    Last year, the world's debt rose to $244 trillion, or 318% of global GDP, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) found . . . .
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