May 24 | By James Stafford
If you want an objective view of energy, ask an economist, who can tell you what to expect to pay at the pump in the coming years, and why, as well as what to expect from medium- and long-term economic growth and what the real drivers will be.
May 24 | By Brian Sylvester
Some exploration projects in Colombia are advancing to the mine definition stage, says Paul Harris, and with the government starting to provide the level of administration that the sector needs, the country is poised for great things.
May 24 | By Jeffrey Lewis
In terms of silver’s investment demand, the bullish metric at Sentimenttrader.com is currently at 39%. This is a low point that has not been seen since the mid-1990s.
May 24 | By Adrian Ash
The gold price fell $10 per ounce after reaching almost $1,400 for the fifth time this week in London trade Friday morning. Silver held tight around $22.50 per ounce, managing only one-third of gold's 2.0% gain for the week.
May 24 | By Nicholas Larkin, Bloomberg
Gold traders are the most bullish in a month after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke signaled record stimulus will continue until the economy improves.
May 24 | By Mark O'Byrne
Holdings in gold exchange-traded funds fell to fresh four-year lows yesterday but demand from central banks for bullion coins and bars, plus store of wealth jewelry demand is supporting gold.
May 24 | By Alasdair Macleod
The net gold position of the four largest traders, which we can assume are all bullion banks, on May 14 was long for the first time for as long as records are available, shown in the chart below.
Rare Earth Metals
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