The State of the American Debt Slaves
Total consumer credit rose 5.1% in the first quarter, compared to a year earlier.
Gold marks modest loss on dollar strength, oil-price surge
U.S. dollar index taps highest level since late December
No 'one-size-fits-all' when making mines productive mining sector goldmine
With limited upside for precious metal prices, miners are refocusing on productivity, says Nathan Flesher, who works for McKinsey's mining arm.
The Indian rupee is under pressure
The Indian rupee, which hit its lowest in 15 months against the U.S. dollar on Monday, is expected to depreciate even more, analysts said.
Will A Debt Build-Up Cause Gold To Soar ?
Despite misguided economic policies and rising geopolitical tensions, the long market expansion has prevailed. But times may be changing.
Russia-China trade gets another significant boost
Trade turnover between Russia and China grew by 31 percent in the first three months of the year compared to the same period in 2017, according to the Russian customs data.
Venezuela’s once-promising gold industry is in utter shambles
The once promising Venezuelan gold industry is in a total mess, despite government efforts.
The Two Most Important Reasons To Invest In Gold & Silver
As the markets and financial system continue to be propped up by an ever-increasing amount of debt and leverage, precious metals investors need to understand the two most important reasons to invest in gold and silver.
"Money Is Gold and Nothing Else"
Jim Rickards explains how gold has always been a safe and profitable investment.
The Significant Impact Of Central Banks On The Gold Market
The buying and selling behaviour of Central Banks had a significant impact on the gold market before and after the 2008 crisis.