arabianmoney.net / 06 April 2014
Dubai became the biggest transit city for gold in the world last year with around 40 per cent of the global physical gold trade passing through the city at 2,250 tonnes, according to the executive chairman of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Ahmed bin Sulayem speaking at the opening [...]
therealasset.co.uk / by JAN SKOYLES / FEB 26 2014
Last night Newsnight reported on a story of lies, conflict gold and one of the world’s largest refiners will be reported.
Amjad Rihan, a former partner at Ernst and Young Dubai, has blown the whistle on a cover-up by a major gold refiner in Dubai [...]
arabianmoney.net / 09 February 2014
Only a major crash in global stock markets is likely to avoid this being a very boring year for the gold price, according to the precious metals panel that deliberated on the price of gold this afternoon at the inaugural Global Commodities Outlook Conference, held in the Almas Tower [...]
arabianmoney.net / 13 January 2014
Dubai’s gold and jewellery merchants told Gulf News that they have tapped a new seam of customers at this year’s Dubai Shopping Festival with Arab buyers from Syria, Egypt and Iran now far more important to the market.
They said this trend started back in November but has been [...]
arabianmoney.net / 03 January 2014
Voracious buying from China boosted sales of gold coins and bullion bars from 533,333 to 754,635 ounces at the Perth Mint last year, while silver coin sales were up by 33 per cent to 8,600,000 ounces. The Perth Mint refines most of the gold from the world’s second-biggest producer nation [...]
arabianmoney.net / 02 January 2014
The Indian government wants to cut gold imports to 800 tonnes by the end of the financial year, down more than five per cent from the previous period. The restrictions are aimed at closing a widening current account deficit but, as Paul Allen reports, the authorities are facing a [...]
gotgoldreport.com / December 28, 2013
CHENNAI: Faced with curbs on gold imports and crash in international prices leaving it cheaper in other countries, gold houses and smugglers are turning to NRIs (nonresident Indian) to bring in the yellow metal legally after paying duty. Any NRI, who has stayed abroad for more than six months, is [...]
caseyresearch.com / Ed Steer / December 28, 2013
“There’s never been a better time for “da boyz” to step out of the market for good”
¤ Yesterday In Gold & Silver
Despite the big decline in the dollar index, there was almost no sign of that in the price action for gold [...]
arabianmoney.net / 27 December 2013
There are too many bears in the wood for gold. The downside from these levels is limited. Laying down positive future positions makes sense. The contrarians signals for gold are looking good for 2014. Dr. Copper is showing the way.
Alan Knuckman of TradingAdvantage and George Gero of RBCWealth Management, [...]
zerohedge.com / by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, on 12/23/2013 – 23:06
Watching Indian bureaucrats attempt to halt more than one billion human beings’ desire for gold has been one of the more entertaining and pathetic stories of all of 2013. As we noted previously, gold smuggling has now outstripped the illegal drug trade [...]
libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / December 23, 2013
Watching Indian bureaucrats attempt to halt more than one billion human beings’ desire for gold has been one of the more entertaining and pathetic stories of all of 2013. It is one that I have covered on many occasions, the latest being my post from earlier [...]
arabianmoney.net / 28 November 2013
The just published Arabian investment newsletter is offering its readers exclusive insight in how best to invest to make a fortune by the time of the Expo 2020 in Dubai.
The 17-page monthly newsletter is a companion publication to this website and packed with specific inside tips on what [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Adrian Ash / November 11, 2013
WHOLESALE DEALING in gold was muted Monday morning in London, with prices bouncing off their lowest level in almost 4 weeks at $1280 per ounce as European stock markets rose.
Major government bonds ticked higher after Friday’s sharp sell-off on strong US jobs data.
Silver prices [...]