Gold News

There might be some legal and practical problems associated with the introduction of NIRP. What does it mean for the Fed’s policy and the gold market? Legal Problems As we pointed out on Monday, negative interest rates are a very hot topic in monetary policy and f
Yesterday, the minutes of the Federal Reserve's January meeting were released. What do they say about the Fed’s stance and what do they mean for the gold market? Fed Worried by Global Turmoil The recent minutes show that Fed officials were worried about the f
Gold has had an incredibly strong start to the year. As global markets faltered, the value of gold climbed as the result of safe haven investing. However, for the past couple of trading sessions, the value of the precious metal has been falling…and for a relatively good
You’ve probably heard of the “running of the bulls” in Spain. Every year, people gather in one of the most world’s notorious festivals, risking life and limb as they hope to outrun the famously cantankerous animals. In the world of gold markets, “bulls” means somethi
The value of gold has been rising since the beginning of the year. However, we're starting to see declines in the value of the commodity. So, what caused the gains in the beginning of the year? What's causing the declines at the moment? Is this the end for the gold boom
Negative interest rates are probably the hottest topic in monetary policy and financial markets right now. What do they mean for the gold market? NIRP, NIRP Everywhere Investors are afraid that negative interest rates could destabilize the global financial system.
After the best start to the year since 1980 when gold prices quadrupled, and the best week for the gold price in four years with a decisive breakout from the bear market, this is an exciting point to be reviewing the now transformed outlook for gold in 2016. What wil
Gold has been struggling for quite some time now. However, things are starting to change, and in a big way. The value of the precious metal has been soaring, and is likely to continue doing so. So, what's causing the recent bullish activity in the precious metal? Well,
Janet Yellen, the Chair of the Federal Reserve, testified yesterday to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. Did she say something new? What do her remarks mean for the gold market? Yellen on Negative Interest Rates Since Yellen submitted id
Move over, 1849: there just may be a new gold rush in town. Gold is at a one-year high after surging some 4% early Thursday, driving prices over $1,200 per troy ounce and showing that there are some sectors in this current economy that might surge—although that’s