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London (Nov 27)  Gold prices edged lower on Thursday, traders eyed an upcoming Swiss referendum on central bank gold reserves for more... Read More
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Frankfurt  (Nov 27)   At  5:00 am ET Thursday  , the European commission released its November economic sentiment index for the eurozone.... Read More
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Shanghai (Nov 27)  Gold held mostly steady in early Asia on Thursday ahead of a holiday in the U.S. that will shut markets, but also marks... Read More
 

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There are just 3 days left until the “Save Our Swiss Gold” referendum this Sunday. On November 30, voters in Switzerland will head to the polls to decide whether the Swiss National Bank (SNB) should back the Swiss franc with gold by increasing its gold holdings to 20...
The Swiss National Bank would be forced to buy the equivalent of around 70 per cent of total global gold production for the next three years if the referendum being held in Switzerland next Monday is passed. Gold prices could easily double within a matter of weeks.
In my last analysis from 19th of October I expected Gold to break down below US$1,180.00 rather sooner than later. After a final push towards US$1,256.00 the bears took over again and Gold sold off all the way down to US$1,130.00.
The referendum on the Swiss Gold Initiative will take place on November 30.1 The Initiative demands the following: (1) The Swiss National Bank (SNB) shall be prohibited from selling any of its gold reserves; (2) the SNB’s gold reserves must be stored in Switzerland;...
Gold and silver are not going to have a rally. They are going to experience a “Monster Bull Move.” The move that is ready to begin will be the largest bull move that the precious metals have ever experienced. The technical reasons why are contained in this REPORT. One...
For over two thousand years, China practiced what came to be known as the “tributary system,” reflecting the view that it alone was the center of the civilized world. All who wished to do business with the Chinese were considered tributary states. Rulers and travelers...
The “strength” in the dollar appears to have been the proximate cause of the recent selloff in gold. The rise in the dollar index (DXY) is taken by most to mean that the dollar is actually strong. The chart below shows the inverse correlation between the DXY and the...
I was going to take a break from writing for the remainder of the year, but before I do I want to write one more article on gold and silver as developments now in late November may prove to be historic. No guarantee from me that gold and silver may be ready to take...
While it hasn’t affected gold significantly, the price of oil has fallen quite dramatically over the past couple of months, and that’s bad news for oil companies. Profit margins are shrinking and layoffs could be coming, if the situation doesn’t improve.
In our opinion no speculative positions are currently justified from the risk/reward perspective. Yesterday was a day when the precious metals market took a breather, but it’s not true that nothing changed at all. Friday’s breakout in platinum was invalidated. Is this...
Gold prices have drifted slightly lower this week after hitting the highest level in three weeks due mainly to a stronger U.S. dollar and China’s move to cut a key interest rate. The greenback received a boost last week when European Central Bank (ECB) President, Mario...
We saw yesterday that, although the Dollar has been strong versus the currencies of our trading partners, over the long haul – 60 years – Americans have been savaged by our government’s policies which have caused this fall in the Dollar’s international purchasing power...
For most of my career in international investing, I had always placed a great deal of faith in Switzerland's financial markets. In recent years, however, as the Swiss government has sought to hitch its wagon to the flailing euro currency and kowtow increasingly to U.S...
What really drives the price of gold? Some say it's a fear gauge. Others prefer to look at the demand coming from the Indian wedding season. But the silliest of all conclusions to reach is that the dollar price of gold should be determined solely by its value vis-à-vis...
"Whether the single medium is gold, silver, seashells, cattle, or tobacco is optional, depending on the context and development of a given economy. In fact, all have been employed at various times, as media of exchange. Even in the present century, two major...
On morning of 17 November, while Western investors were sleeping, China opened the door to its investment world. On that day China began two way trading between the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges. This development essentially opened the Chinese stock market to...
The Dutch central bank said Friday it is repatriating some of its gold reserves from the U.S., making it the latest central bank in Europe to address public concerns about the safety of its gold in the wake of the eurozone debt crisis.

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