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By Arkadiusz Sieron | June 15, 2015
By Kelly Smith | June 3, 2015
By Mark O'Byrne | June 3, 2015
Eleven countries face legal action if bail-in rules are not enacted with the goal of removing state responsibility when banks collapse. A trend of protecting governments over banks is rising.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 28, 2015
Gold fell $0.20 or 0.2% yesterday to $1,187.50/oz. Silver slipped $0.05 or 0.3% to $16.69/oz.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 8, 2015
By Ronan Manly | September 26, 2014
With the current weakness in the gold price, there is a growing cacophony that the safe haven qualities of gold are no longer relevant.
By Mark O'Byrne | May 9, 2014
Gold held steady around $1,290/oz today, underpinned by strong chart support.
By Jan Skoyles | March 6, 2014
The gold price tiptoed slightly higher yesterday as U.S. private jobs and services sector data disappointed.
By Mark O'Byrne | January 10, 2014
This negative sentiment toward gold has been seen in a large number of articles in recent days. Many have focused on gold’s poor price performance in 2013. Some have been balanced, others less so.
By Austin Kiddle | January 10, 2014
While speculators have reduced their net long gold positions from a high of 254,000 contracts in August 2011 to around 34,000 contracts as of year-end, the physical market has been booming.