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By Phil Flynn | January 21, 2016
By Frank Holmes | November 18, 2015
For more than a year now, commodity prices have been under pressure from the strong U.S. dollar and slowing global demand. This has made a huge dent in the balance sheet of many net exporters of resources, in turn weakening their currencies.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 27, 2015
By Pete Thomas | April 27, 2015
Back in late March 2014 there was a push for the major banks and construction companies in Russia to delist on the LSE with the final large bank, Russian Standard Bank, being delisted on Nov. 21.
By Mark O'Byrne | April 15, 2015
Martin Armstrong predicts that in fall 2015, the Fed will be forced to raise rates, which will ultimately lead to a gold crisis. He recommends portfolio diversification.
By Mark O'Byrne | April 8, 2015
A daily summary of prices and updates in the metals world
By Arkadiusz Sieron | February 17, 2015
Future fiscal balance hangs in the unknown for Russia, which could spell big money problems.
By Arkadiusz Sieron | February 10, 2015
History never repeats itself exactly, but many similarities between the past and the current Russian crisis suggest that the eastern bear could significantly falter in the future.
December 19, 2014
Russia, the world’s fifth-biggest gold holder, added to its hoard for an eighth month even after having to use its international reserves on defending the ruble.
By Mark O’Byrne | December 17, 2014
Russia’s currency market witnessed further huge volatility again today.