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Sudan becomes second leading gold producer in Africa on backs of artisanal miners


Date: 22:00 04/12/2018
If you think Western investors in the monetary metals have had a tough few years, take a look at Helene Renaux's report for France 24 about artisanal gold miners in Sudan, who help make the country the second-largest producer of gold in Africa and the ninth in the world at the expense of practically bathing themselves in liquid mercury every day without much awareness of its poisonous effects on their health.

Univision quotes Bullion Star's Manly on expropriation of Venezuelan gold


Date: 21:08 04/12/2018
Univision, the big Spanish-language television network in North America, yesterday quoted Bullion Star gold market analyst Ronan Manly in a report about the Bank of England's refusal to repatriate Venezuela's gold.

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: What is Mr. Palladium telling us?


Date: 16:59 04/12/2018
A shortage of palladium and a squeeze in the London market for the metal may hint at similar squeezes soon in the monetary metals, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money.

Jay Taylor: GATA has proved gold market manipulation, and here's more proof


Date: 11:01 04/12/2018
In his November 16 edition, our old friend Jay Taylor, publisher of Jay Taylor's Gold, Energy, and Tech Stocks newsletter --

Turk, Lassonde startled by fall in metals' open interest, hinting at trend change


Date: 18:04 03/12/2018
GoldMoney founder James Turk and mining entrepreneur Pierre Lassonde, interviewed today by King World News, note the sharply declining open interest in the gold and silver futures markets and speculate that a change in trend is underway. Both say they can't recall a sharper drop.

Clint Siegner: Will 2019 bring free and fair gold and silver markets?


Date: 15:29 03/12/2018
Monday, December 3, 2018

Hugo Salinas Price: Story of a gold coin


Date: 15:10 03/12/2018
Hugo Salinas Price of the Mexican Civic Association for Silver writes today about coming across an old receipt for a Mexican gold coin he purchased for 717 pesos in 1972. He calculates that it has appreciated in value against those 1972 pesos by a fantastic margin. That is, the coin for which he paid 717 pesos 46 years ago would be worth nearly 31 million of those old pesos today. He's still living in Mexico and thinks he'll hold on to that coin a while longer.

Here's how Europe plans to challenge the U.S. dollar's dominance


Date: 14:58 03/12/2018
By Viktoria Dendrinou and Nikos Chrysoloras

Fifth devaluation spurs Pakistan to mull new currency management


Date: 10:27 03/12/2018
Monday, December 3, 2018

Russia nudges Indian policymakers to move away from the dollar


Date: 10:18 03/12/2018
Monday, December 3, 2018

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