1. Gold

    Gold is Nearing 14-Month High

    Concerns about China's economy and tensions in the Middle East push investors into safe-haven assets on Friday. Gold prices are continuing to climb. The most-actively traded U.S. contract increased 0.1% to $1,344.50 a troy ounce. The rise accelerated after the National Bureau of Statistics released …Read More

  2. Gold

    U.S. Owns the Most Gold in the World

    If you're searching for a central bank full of gold, begin in Germany and the U.S. According to a data analysis from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), The U.S. owns the most gold of any country. The U.S.'s supply of gold equals 8,133 tonnes, worth more than $373 billion. Germany is in second, w…Read More

  3. India

    Gold Prices in India Switch to Premium

    Due to firmer demand in the domestic market, gold prices in India flipped into premiums this week. Buyers in top consumer China took advantage of lower bullion prices and increased purchases. Dealers charge a premium of about $1 an ounce over official domestic prices in India. That contrasts with la…Read More

  4. Gold

    Expect Gold Prices to Continue to Rise

    Despite its' current status, gold prices will continue to rise this year, according to a financial executive. Neil Pereira, a principal investment officer of the International Financial Corporation (IFC), states that we've seen gold prices fall in the past year. He believes the significant increase …Read More

  5. gold price

    U.S Gold Prices Higher Despite Data

    Following a U.S. economic report, gold prices are trading modestly higher than expected Friday morning. This suggests recent selling pressure has at least temporarily exhausted the bears, and the yellow metal is due for at least a pause from the decrease. June gold futures were last at $1,274.30, an…Read More

  6. Chinese

    Chinese Data Boosts Risk Sentiment while Gold Eases

    This past Wednesday, gold eased up holding close to this year's lows touched in the last session while data on economic growth from China alleviated concerns on global growth, driving investors into more risky assets. Spot gold dropped 0.1% to $1,274.43/oz as of 12:40 p.m. It dropped after falling a…Read More

  7. Trade war

    Trade War Could Be Nearing End Causing Gold Prices to Raise

    A major attraction for those looking to own gold since last summer is based on the spreading fear from the trade war between the U.S. and China. With the ongoing dispute on trade tariffs along with the possibility of a slower global economy, many eyes have turned towards the precious yellow metal sh…Read More

  8. Economic Slowdown

    Economic Slowdown Due to Trade War Could Harm Gold Prices

    As of February 8, 2019, gold seems to be holding steady. There are worries that a lengthened Sino-US trade war could make the global economic slowdown even worse. However, a strong US dollar has bullion on track for its first weekly loss in three. For spot pricing, gold remained steady at US $1,309/…Read More

  9. russia gold

    Sanctions Have Russia In The Lead Gold Wise

    Russia was able to beat out China when it comes to being the world’s fifth largest official sector holder of gold. Due to Western sanctions. President Vladimir Putin supports the central bank betting heavy on bullion. Russia's buying went up in 2018 as holdings of U.S. Treasury securities went dow…Read More