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Updated 03:10 19/01/18

April Gold News 2015

30 Apr 2015

The gold price retreated over $10 per ounce yesterday but managed to stay above the psychological $1,200 barrier.

The gold price dropped after the U.S. Fed indicated they are likely to increase interest rates in the second half of 2015.

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24 Apr 2015

The majority of the world’s gold is imported into Switzerland for refining and then exported to the global markets.  These import and export figures are really important as it constantly shows gold is moving from West to East.

In March ...

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23 Apr 2015

Following a two month absence the Central Bank of Russia returned to the gold market in April by purchasing 30 tonnes of gold bullion.

Russia’s official reserves now stand at 1,238 metric tonnes and are the fifth largest in the ...

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22 Apr 2015

The gold price closed higher yesterday as concerns rose Greece is edging closer to outright default.

The yield on two year Greek government debt rose to an all-time high 28.5%, whilst the yield on the 10 year bond reached 13.3%. ...

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17 Apr 2015

$50m of silver coins have been salvaged from the ocean floor from a sunken steamship. The SS City of Cairo was torpedoed by a German submarine in 1942 480 miles south of St Helena. The steamship was carrying 100 tonnes ...

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16 Apr 2015

A new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warns of increased instability in the world economy. The IMF confirmed oil and commodity based economies have been hit hard as prices for raw materials have tumbled. Volatility in currency markets ...

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15 Apr 2015

As fiat currencies become more and more unstable, many are asking “what happens next?” With China buying nearly all of the world’s mine supply many believe when the U.S. dollar fails China and Russia will back their currencies with gold. ...

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14 Apr 2015

Yields on Greek 3, 5 and 10 year bonds rose yesterday after German newspaper Frankfurter Allegemeine Sonntagszeitung reported Eurozone officials are “disappointed” with the lack of progress with Athens over their debt negotiations.

The newly elected government, which is quickly ...

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13 Apr 2015

Following a multiyear investigation into possible manipulation of interest rates, Deutsche Bank, Germany’s largest financial corporation is being encouraged by financial regulators to admit their involvement and submit a criminal plea.

According to sources close to the matter authorities on ...

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10 Apr 2015

Has the financial world gone mad?

Since the crash of 2008 the financial world has become accustomed to historical anomalies such as quantitative easing, operation twist, currency wars and zero interest rates.

But just when you think you have heard ...

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08 Apr 2015

The Easter holiday has come and gone without the European Central Bank (ECB) imposing a Cypriot style bail-in. Greece managed to meet its end of month debt obligations, but the countries debt problems persist.

Two government treasury bills are due ...

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