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Why Germany Is Pulling Back on Gold
Since 2013, Germany has resorted to the gold repatriation plan, which aims to transfer ~673 metric tons from foreign storage back to Germany by 2020.
How Are Negative Interest Rates Affecting Gold?
Negative interest rates around the globe, along with overall economic concerns, are adding to the unrest in the Market.
Paper Gold in Demand: Investors Shun Physical Gold
Unforeseen events triggered the sudden increase in precious metals at the beginning of 2016. The year started with a bang and took precious metals on a high ride.
How Strong Is China’s Gold Demand?
China’s love for gold is world famous, and demand had touched its peak in 2013 when gold experienced a steep price fall.
Why Did Precious Metals Have Another Great Day?
In the past few weeks, fluctuations in precious metals and precious metals–based funds have been influenced by changes in the US dollar.
China Looks to Change the Gold Market with Yuan-Denominated Gold
China is looking to change the international gold market with its recently established yuan-denominated gold. The Chinese benchmark rate will derived from a 1 kg contract on the Shanghai Gold Exchange.