Category Archives: Global Economy

Huge opportunity for Australian Gold Investors as AUD expected to return to pre GFC value of 0.55 US cents

Gold has had a very turbulent introduction to the 2015 calendar year so far, with gold prices falling heavily in US dollars continually. There is however still good news for Australian investors, the Australian dollar has fallen almost equally with the US dollar, meaning that losses in gold value have barely impacted local reserve prices.

Western Australia Miners Join Forces Against Aggression To Gold

Recently big names in the gold mining sector united their voices to defend the wounded industry. The Gold Industry Group is now a result of the sector preoccupation about Government’s financial interests and future decisions. In the meanwhile, low prices keep hurting the sector but the precious metal is starting to recover. Despite this, WA

China & PBOC’s gold announcement and consequences

The severe recent price drop has a few reasons behind it. They go from the financial (and now obvious) matter to the psychological aspects of the market. It becomes a true race between gold and the United States Dollar. In the not-so-distant future, we will see similar kinds of investment options fighting each other. They

Business as usual: Markets return to their pre-euro-crisis state as status quo resumes.

Everything in the last week has played out as anticipated, Greece has once again been granted more debt by euro lenders to push the Greek problem away for another day, something we assumed was always going to be the case, something you can check in our previous article from the third of July: The outcome

Australia Must Ignore Greece, more focus on Asia.

The media loves the disaster happening in Greece and the world actually falls in that game. Things with the European Union and Greece are really messed up economically, but nobody is paying attention to a bigger crisis occurring right now in Asia. This situation isn’t really covered by the international media, with only the directly

Sunday Summary: The China Situation, Gambling on Digital Currency, Mixed Demand For Gold

Although seeing massive gains in recent years, the Chinese stock market had it’s first real test in the last week with losses of between 5.1% and 5.5%. This amounts to around 2.4 trillion USD in China’s equities, with flow on effects to commodity markets such as copper, along with limited losses in international stock markets.

Financial Gymnastics: Summary of Recent Factors on Gold’s Price (July 2015)

The entire financial system remains on the brink of collapse, the total national debt of nations have gone ballistic with most of the western world having public debts of over 100 %. America, Brazil, China, Britain and Canada are leading the debt ratios with trillions of dollars in debt, debts are rising faster than economic

Chariot of Fire – The Precious Metal Market (7 July 2015)

Greece is in default; the Chinese stock market has practically crashed which has created a spill over towards US listed Chinese companies, prices of gold took a 20 dollar an ounce tumble and dragged other metal down along with it The economic sense of everything that is transpiring indicates a serious flaw in the global

As Greece officially defaults on loan repayments, IMF releases figures for Greek continuation of the Euro.

As Greece officially defaults on their previous loan terms, the IMF have concluded in order to sustain Greece until 2018, a total of 50 billion euro would need to be provided. The only other alternative would be a short term loan of 29 billion which is estimated to last Greece through to October 2016. Greece

Gold Recovery and China-PBOC’s Trouble

The economy at an international scale has a stubborn flu. The European Union and Greece situation, denominated by the media as the “Grexit”, is impacting on all the markets and making falling almost all indexes. Even the strong and disciplined Asian potencies are being affected in a way or another. We can see precious metals