Latest news related to precious metals

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China's yuan nowhere near cracking U.S. dollar hegemony

Date: 15:24 27/10/2020
Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Kitco's Horwitz sees 'nothing new to report' in gold even as BIS intervention hits another record

Date: 04:09 27/10/2020
On Saturday GATA's expert on the Bank for International Settlements, Robert Lambourne, reported that the bank's surreptitious intervention in the gold market on behalf of its member central banks had reached another record high:

China reminds markets that yuan's challenge to dollar is still on

Date: 14:57 26/10/2020
Monday, October 26, 2020

Dollar debt of emerging markets tops $4 trillion for first time, BIS says

Date: 14:50 26/10/2020
Monday, October 26, 2020

Jan Nieuwenhuijs: Will Germany withdraw its gold from the NY Fed if Trump is re-elected?

Date: 17:23 24/10/2020
With relations between Germany and the United States deteriorating, gold researcher Jan Nieuwenhuijs speculates today that Germany may repatriate more of its gold from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York if President Trump is re-elected.

Grandich, Grande note miners' great profit margins

Date: 03:22 24/10/2020
Almost simultaneously this week our friends the metals investors Peter Grandich and Joe Grande argued that gold and silver mining company shares may be the most promising investments at the moment because metals prices are so far above production costs, assuring good profits.

'Compelling case' for gold and silver shortages, Sprott says in weekly review

Date: 02:15 24/10/2020
Mining entrepreneur Eric Sprott, commenting in his weekly review with Craig Hemke for Sprott Money, says Indian gold imports are much greater than expected and there's a "compelling case" for shortages of both gold and silver.

Nobody wants pesos: Argentine currency meltdown upends business

Date: 15:14 23/10/2020
Friday, October 23, 2020

China bypasses LBMA, buys unrefined gold from African and South American mines, Maguire says

Date: 04:42 23/10/2020
London metals trader Andrew Maguire, in his weekly interview with Shane Morand for Kinesis Money, says China is bypassing the banks of the London Bullion Market Association, which no longer can provide much metal, and buying unrefined gold directly from mines in Africa and South America.

Alasdair Macleod: The destruction of the euro

Date: 23:55 22/10/2020
Thursday, October 22, 2020

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