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Updated 03:10 19/01/18

May Gold News 2015

27 May 2015

China is to launch a $16 billion gold investment fund focusing on gold mining projects across central Asia. The fund will buy stakes in gold mines and develop a gold exchange traded fund. This latest initiative will enable Chinese miners ...

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22 May 2015

History has proven all fiat currencies fail and on average last between 40-50 years.  With the U.S. dollar in its 44th year is the greenback on the borrowed time? Only gold and silver have stood the test of time.

It’s ...

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15 May 2015

Global debt is now estimated to be over $2 trillion and with a world population of 7.3 billion each man, women and child owes on average $27,200.

Worryingly 29% or $57 trillion has been accumulated since the start of economic ...

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15 May 2015

On Thursday the World Gold Council confirmed gold coin and bar sales in Germany surged over 20% in the first quarter.

Inflation fears in the country have grown as a result of the European Central Bank implementing a $1.3 trillion ...

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14 May 2015

The gold price has rose to £777 per ounce following worse than expected U.S. employment data.

The U.S. Department for Labour announced the number of people registering for unemployment benefits fell by only 1,000 in April. In recent weeks the ...

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12 May 2015

Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, says the financial situation in Greece is “terribly urgent” and the crisis could potentially come to a head within the next couple of weeks.

Varoufakis issued his latest warning as Eurozone finance ministers met in ...

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07 May 2015

Head of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen has warned global stock markets are at risk.

Yellen told the audience at the International Monetary Fund that current stock market valuations are high and represent potential dangers.

Despite bonds and stocks ...

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