JP Morgan is in hot water over fraudulent precious metal trades. Continue reading for all the details, and what troubles could be ahead for the bank.
We all love a good bull market, but keeping the base rate at 0.25% for 7 years is a bit excessive. When the Fed did decide to raise rates, the bull continued upward. So what will gold’s reaction be? Read for more details.
The weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities bumped gold up by more than 1% in Monday trading. Silver outshined gold, rising 2.97%. So which is currently the better buy? Read to find out.
Gold fell back last week after hitting a high closing price of 1552 on the London exchange. So is gold in for a bumpy ride? Continue reading for more details.
Gold dropped on Thursday, causing some panic among those who closely follow the market. So should investors be worried that the gold run is over? Continue reading for more details.
Gold is back, and it has a key price that it needs to break through next. Continue reading to find out what gold’s next, big hurdle is.
Gold prices backed off on U.S. markets, which could be due to several possible reasons. Continue reading to see what it means for investors.
It’s been 3 months since gold broke up through 1200. This week, it hit 1500. Now, we’re pushing up toward 1600 — so what could stop it? Read for details.
The gold sector’s seemingly heating up as more analysts are in its favor. Nonetheless, world economic realities continued to concern investors. Read for more details.
There is still a good old-fashioned sense that something is truly wrong with the world economy right now, which is why gold is just getting started. Read for more details.
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