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Gold mining companies still fund CSR despite low gold prices

The need for gold companies to mitigate non-technical risk is still continuing to hold sway.

Silver Wheaton grants yet another extension to Pascua-Lama agreement

Despite cancellation of its Nyrstar silver streaming agreement, Silver Wheaton will keep an eye on Nyrstar’s zinc and lead assets.

Asian disenchantment with Western gold market manipulation

The forthcoming launch of a gold kilobar contract by the CME group in Hong Kong is an element in Asian attempts to wrest control of gold benchmark pricing from the West.

Asian disenchantment with Western gold market manipulation

The forthcoming launch of a gold kilobar contract by the CME group in Hong Kong is an element in Asian attempts to wrest control of gold benchmark pricing from the West.

Where will gold end 2015 – $1,000, $1,325 or maybe $2,500?

A look at the prospects for gold and silver prices in 2015 – and predictions of end year price levels for the two key precious metals.

Where will gold end 2015 – $1,000, $1,325 or maybe $2,500?

A look at the prospects for gold and silver prices in 2015 – and predictions of end year price levels for the two key precious metals.

Gold great value protector in 2014 – silver not

Perhaps we should look at gold in currencies – other than the US dollar – to see its real worth as a value protector over the past year.

China 2014 gold consumption only down 3%

51st week 2014 data from the SGE shows 2014 demand already at 2,089 tonnes suggesting that for the full year will reach over 2,100 tonnes only around 3% shy of last year’s record figure.

Why this investor is buying Pan African Resources stock

The cheaper management can dig the hole and extract resources, the better quality the mine is.

Van Eck more than doubles its stake in Harmony Gold

Suggests an improvement in investment funds’ outlook for gold miners – SP Angel Corporate Finance .

Modi’s Thatcher moment with coal unions

Last week, Modi made a move toward ending shortages, winning partial passage of a bill that will allow him to end a 40-year government coal monopoly, Bloomberg reports.

Gold shows its muscle in Russia

Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster touches on gold as a store of value in Russia in a toxic atmosphere of rising interest rates and inflation.

Gold hedging creeps back

GFMS sees net hedging this year.

Stop Worrying and Love the Gold

Bron Suchecki, of the Perth Mint, rationalizes the irrational in why holding gold as insurance has merit.

Lower Barrick ore grades, Midas sale cuts into U.S. gold output

U.S. gold exports plunged 41% during the first nine months of this year, says the U.S. Geological Survey.

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