The secretary-general of the China Gold Association reckons the kind of frenzied gold buying in late April and early May won’t be repeated.
An interview with Randy Smallwood, CEO of Silver Wheaton, explains the principles and practice of gold and silver streaming.
The chances of the initial gold sale which precipitated the April 12 gold price crash as being ‘legal’ were infinitesimal. Gene Arensberg does the maths.
Buenaventura’s CEO says he doesn’t understand the protests because the planned transfer of water from Lake Perol to a new reservoir have not yet begun.
Standard Bank believes that since the end of last year, gold is trading in a similar fashion to the way it did between 1990 and 2003, and as a result is likely to struggle over 2013.
Gold has become Sudan’s biggest export, partially replacing oil revenues that made up more than 50% of state income until 2011 when South Sudan became independent.
President Sebastián Piñera said Thursday he hopes Barrick’s Pascua Lama project will proceed as long as the company complies with the requirements.
The Pebble Project’s estimated $1 billion in annual operating costs “could define a new economic engine for Alaska,” says a new report commissioned by the Pebble Limited Partnership.
This came as a result of new rounds of destocking by Chinese steel mills as prices decline and the industry faces over-capacity, reports The Australian.
HSBC’s chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says the figures indicated a plateau in mining investment, not a huge dip.