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Gold hits record highs in euro, Australian dollar


Date: 17:24 27/08/2019
GoldCore's Mark O'Byrne reports today that gold has hit record highs in the euro and Australian dollar and a six-year high in the U.S. dollar.

With mining shares soaring, Thom Calandra increases his offer to GATA supporters


Date: 15:37 27/08/2019
With mining shares starting to soar, our friend Thom Calandra of The Calandra Report is boosting his offer to GATA supporters who subscribe to his financial letter. Those who subscribe by September 5 will receive not only Thom's basic report but also his frequent TCR Collateral missives, which include material from his notebook about financial people, companies, and commodities.

Chinese government newspaper suggests return to gold standard


Date: 15:04 27/08/2019
The English-language edition of the Chinese government's newspaper Global Times published on Sunday a pretty dispassionate commentary attributed to the Beijing-based public policy research consultancy Anbound (http://www.anbound.com/AboutUS.php) advocating the world's return to a gold standard for currencies.

Stephen Bartholomeusz: U.S. dollar dominance increases risks of an extreme event


Date: 13:19 27/08/2019
Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Gold is soaring because it's a 'very good hedge against currency manipulation'


Date: 13:13 27/08/2019
Monday, August 26, 2019

Central banks just love gold now and it's going to stay that way, ANZ says


Date: 13:03 27/08/2019
A major gold-buying spree by central banks is likely to persist in the coming years, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which flagged the potential for further purchases by nations including China.

China's Zhaojin Mining eyes doubling of gold output via overseas M&A


Date: 14:25 26/08/2019
Monday, August 26, 2019

Dylan Taylor-Lehman: The curse of the ship of gold


Date: 16:36 25/08/2019
The in-depth storytelling internet site Narratively posted the other day a long but fascinating essay by Dylan Taylor-Lehman about Tommy Thompson, the inventor and explorer who discovered the gold-laden wreck of the SS Central America, retrieved some of its cargo, and ended up running from the law as investors and insurance companies fought over the recoveries.

Dave Gonigam: How I discovered that gold and silver market rigging was real, not mere 'conspiracy theory'


Date: 14:32 25/08/2019
This week brought another public conversion to what used to be the tinfoil-hat school of looking at the monetary metals markets -- Agora Financial editor Dave Gonigam.

Powerful, obscure law is basis for Trump 'order' on trade


Date: 23:12 24/08/2019
Saturday, August 24, 2019

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