Central banks bought more gold last year than any year since records have been kept.
Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast
Those who will be the most likely to do well will be those who choose to recognise that, as America declines, there are some countries that are on the upswing.
Gold in Q3: Rising Yields Pressure the Metal, But Catalysts Loom
After rebounding in Q2, the gold price succumbed to the pressure of sharply rising Treasury yields in Q3, when the Fed began talking about tapering asset purchases
The Precious Metals Week in Review – July 26th, 2019
The U.S. appears set to kick the proverbial can down the road once more as the House passed a two-year deal to increase the debt ceiling yet again, sending it to the Senate for a vote.