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By Mark O'Byrne | August 6, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | April 22, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | October 20, 2014
The European status quo and EU elites are becoming increasingly concerned by popular calls in Italy for Italy to leave the European Monetary Union.
By Yesenia Duran | October 7, 2014
With geopolitical crises on the upswing it is interesting to look at who is maintaining large gold reserves.
By Mark O'Byrne | August 14, 2014
Gold rose a tiny $1.90 yesterday to $1,311.60/oz while silver fell $0.12 or 0.6% to $19.84/oz.
By Paul De Sousa | August 7, 2014
The manipulation of markets is not exclusive to gold. Stock, bond and currency markets are also manipulated, but there is one difference.
By Mark O'Byrne | July 29, 2014
The Russian central bank officially increased its gold holdings by 16.8 tonnes to 1,094.8 tonnes in June.
By Catherine Bosley, Bloomberg | July 21, 2014
The Swiss National Bank and the People’s Bank of China agreed to establish a bilateral currency swap line, bolstering access to trade finance in the Swiss franc and strengthening the international use of the yuan.
By Mark O'Byrne | June 24, 2014
Gold is 6% higher so far in June and is set for the first back-to-back quarterly gain since 2011.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 21, 2014
Gold is marginally lower today at $1,293.50/oz and remains in lock down in an unusually tight range.