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Referendum Day – Brexit Special

Britain began voting this morning on whether to remain a member of the European Union or split from the 28-nation bloc, a once-in-a-generation decision that will determine the U.K.’s future economic prosperity and the course of the EU. Polling stations opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 10 p.m. London time. The first results […]

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The Perth Mint and the Royal Mint Lunar series – a comparison

The Perth Mint first started their lunar series in 1999 with the lunar rabbit. Since then, they have issued a coin bearing the corresponding Chinese lunar animal every year. Currently we’re halfway through their second series of lunar coins. Hugely popular and very beautiful, these coins are favourites with both collectors and investors. The detail […]

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Soros Brexit

Brexit would spell end of EU – Claimed Mr. Soros

Billionaire investor George Soros has given more of his $30bn fund into gold as UK government borrowing costs dropped to a record low amongst concerns about global growth. Mr. Soros also informed that if Britain voted to leave the EU on June 23 it would mark the end of the disintegration of the EU. UK […]

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Why Gold can Glow In A Negative Rate World

After descending more than 7 percent from its all time high in May, gold has taken a sudden surge. The precious metal climbed nearly 3 percent back above $1,245 after a soft jobs number had traders escape equities and instead running toward safe haven assets. The jump has analyst betting that the yellow metal will […]

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Gold Bullion Sales at 3 year low

Sales of Australian gold bullion fell toa 3-year all time low in May, where we saw the silver bullion miss the million ounce mark for the first time in 9 months, according to Perth Mint of Australia data released on Thursday, June 2. Perth Mint bullion sales registered against a backdrop of falling precious metals […]

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Lehman Crisis

Could we be seeing another Lehman-scale crisis?

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, made a pointed comparison to the global financial crisis eight years ago. Abe has presented data showing that commodities prices have fallen 55% since 2014, the same margin they fell during the global financial crisis. This has been interpreted as “warning of the re-emergence of a Lehman-scale crisis.” Abe said […]

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