Adrian Ash

Adrian Ash is head of research at BullionVault, the physical gold and silver market for private investors online. City correspondent for Bill Bonner’s Daily Reckoning from 2003 to 2008, and previously head of editorial at London's top publisher of private-investment advice, Adrian is now a regular contributor to many leading analysis sites including Forbes and Gold-Eagle, and a regular guest on the BBC as well as international broadcasters. His views on the gold market are frequently quoted by the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, MarketWatch and many other leading new outlets.

 

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Russia's giant gold reserves have done nothing to protect Russian savers from the collapse of the Ruble... RUSSIA has been the world's biggest central-bank buyer of gold in 2014, taking its national holdings into the top five worldwide,...
India has been the world's No.1 gold buyer for thousands of years. But traditions are changing...
GOLD BUYING is boosted more by rising GDP and stronger consumer incomes than by financial crisis, according to a new study from a world-renowned economics professor.
Where Indian companies barely feature, Chinese gold players are making a move... A BUSY OLD TIME in the bullion market for "unnamed sources". People close to the matter apparently told the Wall Street Journal that India may cut its 10%...
AFTER LAGGING gold all the way up during its 12-year bull run, bank and professional-analyst consensus now sees a 14% drop in average prices during 2014.
WHOLESALE London gold sank against all currencies Thursday morning, falling 1.9% vs. the Dollar to hit 6-month lows after initially trading flat overnight despite the US Fed finally reducing its $85 billion per month in asset purchases.
The US DOLLAR price of gold held flat Wednesday morning, ticking above $1230 per ounce in very quiet trade ahead of today's much-awaited decision on monetary policy from the US Federal Reserve.
YESTERDAY'S rise of $15 per ounce in gold was erased Tuesday morning in Asia and London, as the US Dollar rose and world stock markets held flat overall.
The PRICE of gold bounced from a steady drop Monday lunchtime in London, trading back at $1234 per ounce as Asian stockmarkets ended sharply down but Europe ticked up ahead of this week's US Federal Reserve policy decision, due Wednesday.
LONDON gold in Dollars terms traded flat for the week Friday morning, holding around $1230 per ounce after what one analyst calls "a tumultuous few days."

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The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”