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By Mark O'Byrne | May 22, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | May 6, 2015
China is testing a system with a yuan gold fix at the SGEX, bringing the Shanghai Exchange one step closer to being the world's major gold hub.
By Paul Ploumis | April 28, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | April 22, 2015
By Goldcore | April 21, 2015
Russia increased its gold holdings by one million ounces in March, bringing its total reserves to nearly 40 million ounces or 1,238 metric tonnes.
By Debarati Roy, Bloomberg | December 26, 2014
Gold advanced the most in more than two weeks amid speculation that China, the world’s biggest consumer, will take more measures to bolster the economy, boosting demand for the precious metal as a store of value.
By Pete Thomas | December 5, 2014
The People’s Bank of China and the Shanghai Gold Exchange continue to move forward with the grand plan of making China the new world center for gold trading.
By Mark O'Byrne | December 4, 2014
Despite the worst sentiment towards gold we have seen since the brief 30% price fall in 2008, gold continues to eke out gains in all major currencies.
By Ronan Manly | November 14, 2014
Gold climbed $1.70 or 0.15% to $1,161.80/oz yesterday. Silver fell $0.06 or 0.38% to $15.61/oz.
By Mark O'Byrne | November 10, 2014
Gold climbed $31.80 or 2.8% to $1,175.30 per ounce Friday and silver rose $0.29 or 1.88% at $15.74 per ounce. Gold finished up 0.25% for the week and silver finished down 2.60%.