1. Gold

    Gold and Silver Prices Fall Sharply

    Gold and silver prices fall sharply in Indian markets, tracking a decline in global markets. On MCX, August gold futures fell 0.50% to ₹34,347 per 10 gram while October contracts declined 0.6% to ₹35,206. Silver contracts saw a sharper fall, with September contracts on MCX declining nearly 1% to…Read More

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    Gold Trades at Discount Price in India

    High gold prices prompt some Asian consumers to sell back physical gold this week in a hunt for profits. Cheaper silver emerges as a preferred investment. Some investors use temporary price dips to buy, hoping to cash in on a further leg up. Demands remain sluggish in India as prices hold at record …Read More

  3. Gold Prices

    Market Technician States Gold Prices Will Continue to Rise

    For gold, it's time to shine. At least, that's what market technicians are saying, and investors are loving it. Higher gold prices have been long overdue, and with tensions rising as we head towards having a new president, prices are going to be all over the place for some time. Gold prices have gai…Read More

  4. China

    Gold Gains on U.S-China Trade

    There was an increase in gold prices on Friday. There were doubts that the highly anticipated meeting between the United States and China would ease trade tensions, driving bullion to its best month in three-years. Gold has risen nearly 8.3% so far this month, on track for its biggest monthly percen…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  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

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    Rise In The Price Of Gold Over The Week

    On Wednesday, we saw a rise in gold prices as the U.S. mid-term was underway. Spot gold prices were up 0.4 percent, coming in at $1,230.68 per ounce. Gold futures we able to climb up 0.5 percent as well. Unfortunately, the dollar index fell over half a percent. Doing so made bullion look better for …Read More

  10. Summer

    Summer Lull in Gold Prices Could End by Late September

    Gold investors need to wait a few weeks before the market is ready to move past its summer lulls according to a gold market analyst. An exclusive interview with head of gold investments at State Street Global Advisors, George Milling-Stanley said he expects the buying momentum to increase by the end…Read More