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Gold, diamonds fuelling CAR conflict – U.N. panel

A U.N. panel of experts says gold and diamond sales are being used to finance conflict in the Central African Republic.

Kyrgyzstan may seek Centerra Gold delisting

Kyrgyzstan may seek to delist Centerra in Toronto after a Canadian court effectively suspended its Kyrgyz-held shares.

Sibanye sees SA platinum-strike union growing in gold

Union AMCU is gaining ground in the gold-mining industry and may reach a majority by April.

Gold ideas: From Beaver Creek to Denver

The Gold Report considers sentiment and ideas emanating from the Precious Metals Summit and the Denver Gold Forum.

Junior gold producer under the radar

A profitable TSX-V junior gold producer with an operating gold mine in Botswana that has been largely off the radar for a couple of years as has had no need to raise capital.

Century-old London gold benchmark starts makeover

The new benchmark will halt the telephone call that four institutions enter twice a day in favour of an electronic solution.

Ukraine escalation brings safe haven gold to the fore

Continuing escalation of conflict in Ukraine and moves to counter what is seen as Russian aggression could see severe global economic fallout and bring gold back into true safe haven territory.

Avocet Mining cuts full-year gold target, shares slump

Avocet has cut its full-year output forecast due to the delayed delivery of key equipment to its gold mine in Burkina Faso.

Calibre set up for busy exploration season in Nicaragua

Speaking with Mineweb, Calibre outlines its exploration plans which include partners B2Gold and IAMGold on its projects in Nicaragua.

Canada gold mine on sale for $2m in bitcoin

As gold, the hard asset long seen as the ultimate hedge against risk, falls out of favor.

Watch for ‘lively day for gold and silver’ – Phillips

Julian Phillips, of the Gold Forecaster, sees ECB monetary policy making for action on precious metals markets – one way or the other.

South Sudan to offer gold exploration permits

The country plans to issue gold exploration licenses within three months as it seeks to reduce its dependency on oil revenue.

Downturn in gold exploration will hit future production

Gold exploration activity has been trending downwards and this is being exacerbated by cost cutting by the major producers and lack of funding for juniors – Michael Chender’s presentation to the European Gold Forum.

Geopolitical shifts make betting on gold a sure thing – Bogner

The crisis in Crimea is seen as the beginning of a larger global power shift from West to East. Stephan Bogner gives a European viewpoint on what these shifting power dynamics will mean for gold in a Mining Report interview.

Ukraine standoff dangerous for fragile global economy – positive for gold

The potential political and economic fallout between Russia and the West over Ukraine and Crimea could have a major destabilising effect on the global economy and give a further boost to the gold price.

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