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Updated 23:02 25/02/17

Gold News


GOLD.co.uk News aims to keep you up to date with the latest stories and headlines affecting the gold market as and when it happens. 

24 Feb 2017

There's been an increase in gold prices to levels not seen since Donald Trump's election victory in November last year.

Ole Hansen, head of commodity strategy at Saxo Bank in Copenhagen, said: "(Gold price) support has come from the unwinding ...

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13 Feb 2017

America’s biggest foreign creditors have begun to dump American debt in response to Donald Trump’s presidency and economic policies.

Once known as the world’s safest debt market, it seems as though bigger deficits, increased inflation and interest rate hikes are ...

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09 Feb 2017

The German Federal Bank says it plans to have half its gold reserves moved to Frankfurt by the end of this year.

A lack of confidence in the euro and concerns over the future of Europe means the German public ...

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07 Feb 2017

Nervousness ahead of the French election lifted gold to a three-month high of $1,237.17 an ounce in early trade. 

It has since treated slightly on the back of the dollar strength, but safe-haven assets such as gold are back ...

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06 Feb 2017

Gold prices are higher and have pushed to another 2.5-month high in early U.S. trading Monday. A somewhat nervous world marketplace at present is working in favor of the safe-haven gold market. The near-term chart postures for gold and silver ...

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03 Feb 2017

Annual bar and coin demand was 1,029.2t, dipping just 2% y-o-y. Demand was exceptionally soft up until the fourth quarter, when investors took advantage of lower prices in October and November. ...

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02 Feb 2017

The EU (Notification Of Withdrawal) Bill has successfully navigated its first hurdle, but much of the course is still to be run.

Here's what happens next:

2 February: Prime Minister Theresa May will publish the Government's strategy ...

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