May 17 | By Jeffrey Lewis
Many people have been asking why they should trust these COT numbers when just about every other important economic indicator is tampered with, or distorted, and then trumpeted to the complacent masses via the mainstream media.
May 17 | By Przemyslaw Radomski
There’s significant investment demand for physical gold bullion at the current prices – what does it mean for the market? That it’s going higher in the long run and that the current move down is just a correction. It doesn’t imply that the bottom is already in.
May 17 | By Adrian Ash
Gold prices failed to hold a rally above $1,380 per ounce in London on Friday morning, trading 5% down for the week as world stock markets held steady.
May 17 | By Mark O'Byrne
The United States government is to rigorously enforce a ban on gold sales to Iran from July 1. They are planning to block sales of gold to Iranians in order to undermine the Iranian currency, the rial, and to step up pressure on Tehran over its nuclear program.
May 17 | By Nicholas Larkin, Bloomberg
Gold bears are dominant again after prices resumed their slump and billionaire George Soros joined investors selling holdings in exchange-traded products that have retreated to a two-year low.
May 17 | By Alasdair Macleod
There was a determination in the paper markets to get the gold price down. Open interest on Comex rose on falling prices, as all categories of speculator have been increasing their short positions in the August future.
May 17 | By Justin Pugsley
Central banks saved the world with unconventional monetary policies such as quantitative easing, which at the very least stopped the banking system from collapsing, but according to the IMF it's a policy that might be approaching its sell-by date.
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