Category Archives: Silver Markets

PAMP: What You Need to Know About this World-Class Bullion Company

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If you have any interest in the gold industry and bullion world, it could be important to know about the biggest players in town. There are too many companies in this sector, so it’s paramount to filter those that make the most significant impacts on the market. One of them is PAMP, a precious metal

The Golden Vortex

It does seem that the prices of gold have taken a turn for the better after a long and arduous downtrend from September 2011, and after nearly scrapping the 1,000 dollar per ounce mark it seems to have bounced back after the 15th of January this year and although it is still below the 1,300

The Silver Climate

For the last 7 years or more gold’s sidekick silver has not been a favourite for the average investor due to the fact that it has not been cheap relatively to gold for nearly 7 years, however the recent silver surge on the ETF platform has created a robust demand for silver indicating that silver

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.

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

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

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

Gold is losing the race against the Dollar

These are not good days for gold prices. Too many important and relevant events eclipsing the precious metal market are going on. From America to Greece, there is big news in the economic matter. At every side, gold prices are getting hit and the fall continues. This week, the Nonfarm Payrolls report will be published