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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.


Adrian Ash Articles

WHOLESALE gold rose in price in London trade Thursday, recovering last week's finish of $1243 per ounce to stand some 0.6% above an overnight low.
EDGING BACK from 1.0% overnight gains, gold briefly dipped below $1250 per ounce in London on Wednesday morning, as world stock markets ticked higher.
AN OVERNIGHT RALLY in gold evaporated in London trade Tuesday, pulling the metal back to last week's closing level of $1243 per ounce.
LAST WEEK's losses of 3.6% in gold were extended Monday morning, with silver also falling again as world stock markets rose yet again.
FOUR-MONTH lows in gold continued vs. the Dollar and Euro in London on Friday, with the metal heading for its lowest weekly finish in British Pounds since early August 2010.
Stockmarket up, precious metals down. Will the final 'bugs' now throw in the towel...? YET MORE money managers threw in the towel on gold this week, pulling the big gold trust-funds' holdings down to new four-year lows as the Dow closed...
London dealing in gold saw prices retreat towards last night's new 4-month lows Thursday morning, failing to rally above $1250 per ounce as world stocks markets held flat – and major government bonds continued to slip – following...
WHOLESALE gold fell to new 5-week lows Wednesday lunchtime in London, dropping below $1257 for a 2.5% loss so far this week after new data showed US consumer prices falling last month from September.
Private Chinese demand for gold has leapt ahead of economic growth... ONE MAN'S investor is, apparently, another's middle-aged housekeeping auntie in China.
WHOLESALE QUOTES for gold bounced from 1-week lows beneath $1270 per ounce Tuesday morning in London, turning higher as Asian and European stock markets failed to extend Monday's rise to new all-time highs in US equities.

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