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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 rallied from a 1-day low of $1310 per ounce lunchtime Friday in London, but was still trading 1.4% down from last week while European stock markets also reversed earlier losses.
PRECIOUS METALS fell back Thursday morning in London, with gold reversing $20 of yesterday's near-$50 rally to trade 2.6% lower for the week so far. The price of silver dropped almost 50c from Wednesday's peak, but held only 1.1% beneath...
WEDNESDAY morning in London saw gold recover half of yesterday's $50 plunge per ounce, rising back above $1300 as world stock markets slipped and the US government shutdown spread to new departments.
The WHOLESALE price of gold and other precious metals touched 4-session highs Thursday morning in London, after US Treasury secretary Jack Lew warned yesterday that the government will run out of money in just 3 weeks' time if Congress...
WHOLESALE gold held unchanged in London on Wednesday, moving around last week's finish of $1325 per ounce as world stock markets and the US Dollar also reversed yesterday's small moves.
The PRICE of wholesale gold retreated to yesterday's low at $1315 per ounce in London trade Tuesday morning, drifting down as world stock markets and commodity prices also slipped.
BOTH the price of gold and silver recovered early losses Monday morning in London, regaining a 1% and 2% drop respectively as world stock markets slipped with commodities.
SPOT BULLION prices for gold fell $25 Friday morning from yesterday's 7-session high, trading at $1350 per ounce as concerns grew that next month's US "debt limit" deadline could spark panic in financial markets.
WORLD stock markets, foreign currencies and commodities extended yesterday's jump versus the US Dollar in Asia and London on Thursday morning, with gold regaining the $1370 level it leapt to after the Federal Reserve voted not to trim its...
The PRICE of gold fell hard Monday morning, retreating near Friday's 5-week lows after earlier spiking to $1336 per ounce in Asian hours despite wholesale dealers reporting lacklustre trade.

In 1792 the U.S. Congress adopted a bimetallic standard (gold and silver) for the new nation's currency - with gold valued at $19.30 per troy ounce

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