PRECIOUS-Gold extends gains on stimulus hopes, China data eyed Reuters SINGAPORE, July 15 (Reuters) - Gold extended gains on Monday after posting its biggest weekly percentage increase in nearly two years, as fears eased that the U.S.
Gold and Wine that have been tracking each other’s prices for over a decade have finally diverged. As a result, it is essential to analyze the reasons behind this trend as several investors are losing faith in bullion.
The regulatory pressure continues to heat up on the world of Bitcoin. In the wake of the DOJ's big case against digital currency site Liberty Reserve (which has been accused of facilitating illegal transactions), Mt.
All Signs Point to a Sudden Change in Gold Prices FX Empire “Regression analysis of the gold market back to the 1970s suggests that the time to repair the damage is often about equal to the time to make the damage.
In India, Gold Glitters but Brings Economic Woes TIME From Tata Motors gilding its much-hyped Nano people's car in 80 kg of gold in 2011, to Pune-based businessman Datta Phuge spending $250,000 on a gaudy shirt spun from 3 kg of the shiny metal,...
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett announced Monday he has given away more 22.87 million shares of Berkshire Hathaway stock -- worth $2.6 billion -- to the Gates Foundation and four foundations affiliated with his three children and his late wife.
This is really getting real. Japan has been destroyed again. The Nikkei fell 5% last night, relative to Wednesday's close. This follows last Thursday's big 7% crash, and several weak days in the meantime.
London Gold Trade Reached 20-Month High After Price Drop Bloomberg Gold fell 14 percent in London in the two trading sessions ended April 15, the biggest drop in more than 30 years, on speculation that Cyprus or other European countries would sell...
Gold Settles Above $1400 ウォール・ストリート・ジャーナル日本版 Stalling gains in the U.S. dollar and weakness in some global equities markets have helped to put a floor under gold prices after the precious metal's slide earlier this month.