Latest Precious metals news
India's Younger Generation Beginning to Replace Buying Gold in the Form of Jewellery with More Efficient Gold-based ETFs
The Owner's of Peru's Yanamina Project Look to Build Bridges with Local Community After Protests Over Environmental Fears Initially Stalled Work
Other Miners Nervous About the Consequences of Setting Such a Precedent
Progress at Last Week's EU Summit and Positives from China and the US Sent Commodity Futures Skyrocketing late Friday
With Most Commodity Funds Suffering Steep Losses of Late Industry Leaders Speak Out as to Why the Market Still Looks Good
A Number of Rich Silver and Lead Deposits Uncovered in Silver Valley Holdings
Fed Policy Announcement Doesn’t Promise New Stimulus Measures for US Economy
Proposed C$413 Million Deal Sees Shareholders Potentially Netting 70% Premium on Present Value
Concerns About the Ongoing Debt Crisis in Europe Spur Gold Demand, Halting Worst Weekly Loss in a Month
Long Sighted Investors Looking to Take Advantage of Depressed Commodity and Miner Prices
Why Gold Might Go Back Up Or Keep Going Down. Conclusion – It Might Go Up, It Might Not
The Economic Policies and Actions of the US Federal Reserve Will Remain Key Drivers in Determining the Future of the Gold Market
Sharp sell-off and weak data from China Makes Experts Wary in Their Predictions.
Platinum Producer Lonmin Reports Unexpected Loss as Costs Rise and Sales Stagnate
The Silver Institute Commissions Report to Determine Just How Much the Silver Industry Relies on China.
Vancouver Company Reports Record Silver Production Amounting to 5.6 million Ounces
Indonesia to Proceede with Controversial Ban on Export of 14 Raw Minerals.
Respected Market Technician Outlines Why Precious Metal Markets May be Ready to Bottom
Stimulated by Good Prices, Silver Producers May Break Last Year’s Record 713.6 Million Oz. Production
Pan American Silver Predicts Bright Future Results Despite Profit Drop
Tim McCutcheon steps down with Kiril Golovanov appointed new CEO
Profits of Gold-Producers Have Been Boosted by the Ongoing Debt Crisis in the Eurozone
Bloomberg Reports Expectations of a Possible Stagnation of Gold Demand Growth in China