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Updated 03:14 19/01/18

September Gold News 2015

30 Sep 2015

China added to their gold reserves once again in August. The Chinese central bank purchased 520,000 ounces or 16.2 tonnes to take their total official holdings to 54.45 million troy ounces according to data released by the Peoples Bank of ...

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29 Sep 2015

After years of speculation is the world about to learn some of the world’s largest financial institutions have been rigging the gold and silver price? Ever since Duetsche Bank was raided by Germany’s financial regulator, Bafin, and Barclays Banks was ...

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29 Sep 2015

Analysts are warning of dire financial consequences if commodity giant Glencore is unable to take control over is debt load. Glencore has one of the world’s largest commodity derivative trading desks in the world.

The share price dropped 30% after ...

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28 Sep 2015

It seems the Bank of England (BoE) is preparing the groundwork to ban cash. Last week BoE chief economist, Andy Haldane, warned policymakers should be ready to implement radical measures to support the economy including banning cash.

Now former Bank ...

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25 Sep 2015

The gold price rose yesterday and global stock markets fell after U.S. economic data disappointed the markets. The U.S. Department of Commerce confirmed that durable good sales fell in August and the Department of Labour confirmed unemployment applications are on ...

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24 Sep 2015

Gold buying in India the world’s second largest gold consumer is estimated to jump in the final quarter of 2015. It appears lower prices are generating a resurgence in buying activity throughout the sub-continent. Traditionally physical buying peaks in September ...

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23 Sep 2015

Platinum prices dropped 3.6% yesterday to a 6 ½ year low as the U.S. dollar strengthened and investors worry the Chinese economy is stalling.  China’s factory activity contracted at its fastest rate for 6 years.

The scandal engulfing Volkswagon is ...

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21 Sep 2015

The Bank of England (BoE) may introduce negative interest rates to fight low inflation. After 6 years of near zero interest rates the Bank had previous indicated the next interest rate move with be upwards.

Andy Haldane, the BoE chief ...

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18 Sep 2015

After months of deliberation the Federal Reserve decided not to raise interest rates. The Fed cited weakness in the global economy and lower than expected inflation as the main drivers behind their decision. Immediately following the announcement the U.S. dollar ...

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17 Sep 2015

The gold price surged over 2% yesterday, following negative inflation data which makes a fed interest rate rise today unlikely. The gold price rose over $20 per ounce to break through the $1,100 per ounce barrier.

Consumer price inflation turned ...

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15 Sep 2015

With global debt over $200 trillion and stock markets straining under the weight of record valuations, is the house of cards ready to fall? Increasing numbers of people are waking up to the idea that our debt based monetary system ...

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15 Sep 2015

The gold price remains broadly unchanged during Asian trading and is expected to remain quiet as investors wait for the FOMC’s latest interest rate decision on Thursday.

The Fed has not raised interest rates in nearly a decade and many ...

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14 Sep 2015

Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, has warned continued money printing by the world’s Central Banks will result in massive financial bubbles. The comments came after the European Central Bank (ECB) confirmed they would increase the size of its current quantitative ...

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14 Sep 2015

Gold coins sale in Europe and the U.S. surged in the third quarter with sales in the U.S. hitting levels not seen since 2013. Low prices and increased volatility in global stock markets has sparked retail demand.

Sales of the ...

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10 Sep 2015

Canadian police have arrested four men in connection with last week’s theft of $7.6 million worth of silver from the Port of Montreal.

The robbery occurred last Wednesday when a Maersk shipping container containing 16 tonnes of silver was stolen ...

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09 Sep 2015

Chief economist at the World Bank, Kaushik Basu, believes there will be mass panic and turmoil if the Fed raises rates.

The global economy is looking weak and if the Fed does raise interest rates it will send shockwaves across ...

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09 Sep 2015

China have announced they are launching an oil contract priced in Chinese yuan rather than U.S. dollars. The contract will be traded on the Shanghai International Energy Exchange and will compete directly with the Brent and West Texas contract.  Both ...

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08 Sep 2015

Every June the Bank of England (BoE) updates the market with its annual report. Within the report the bank states the amount of gold they hold under custody for its customers, which comprise financial institutions, central banks and LBMA members.

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04 Sep 2015

Mario Draghi the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) suggested the bank may increase the size of its quantitative easing program. Following the announcement stock markets initially rallied with the German Dax rising 2% whilst the FTSE 100 gained ...

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03 Sep 2015

The silver price appears to have divorced itself the from supply demand fundamentals.  In normal circumstances when the price declines so does demand. However, his is not happening in the silver market.

With the price trading close to a five ...

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02 Sep 2015

Vladimir Putin wants all CIS member nations to stop using the U.S. dollar and euro. In effect the Russian President wants to create one single financial market between Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Belarus.

Like any financial asset ...

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01 Sep 2015

“Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the ‘hidden’ confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights.” — Alan Greenspan

 

“The great merit of gold is precisely that ...

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