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Central banks to increase gold buying for first time since 2013

Date: 09:50 24/10/2018
Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Russia may not save price suppression in palladium this time

Date: 21:03 23/10/2018
Craig Hemke of the TF Metals Report, writing at Sprott Money, today raises the possibility that Western governments and their bullion bank agents are in danger of losing control of the palladium market, since the last time palladium broke out, Russia came to the rescue with large physical supplies. Russia, Hemke writes, does not seem likely to help the West again with palladium.

Don't count on geopolitical tensions to support gold, Lundin cautions

Date: 10:22 23/10/2018
Interviewed this week by Maurice Jackson for Proven and Probable, Gold Newsletter editor Brien Lundin cautions against counting on geopolitical tensions to support monetary metals prices. Only monetary issues are likely to support monetary metals prices in the long term, Lundin says.

Looks like China will yield to U.S. sanctions on Iran

Date: 09:44 23/10/2018

Equity Management Associates: Reversion to mean would send monetary metals soaring

Date: 09:42 20/10/2018
Our friend Lawrence Lepard, managing partner of Equity Management Associates in Wellesley, Massachusetts, whose investments have been concentrated in the monetary metals mining industry, has just sent a letter to his investors outlining the case for an upward reversal in the industry's fortunes.

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