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Gold declines as markets shrug off Greek election outcome
(FX Street - 27/01/2015)

Gold prices dipped into the red during the European session as the investors shrug-off a widely expected victory by the Syriza party in the weekend’s Greek election. The yellow metal currently trades 0.66% lower at USD 1284.90/Oz levels, after having

Gold price dips as equities recover after Greek vote
(Agencies - 27/01/2015)

Gold fell more than 1 per cent on Monday as traders cashed in gains that took the metal to five-month highs last week, with the wider markets shrugging off news that an anti-austerity party had won elections in Greece. Greek leftist leader Alexis

Goldman Sachs expects gold prices to rise in near term
(Reuters - 25/01/2015)

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Friday slashed its 2015 price forecasts for several base metals including copper and aluminium while raising its estimate for gold by $62 per ounce. "The primary reason for the changes to our forecasts is cost deflation ñ

Most money pumped into gold ETFs since October 2012
(Mining.com - 20/01/2015)

Gold on Monday consolidated recent gains sparked by safe haven buying after Switzerland's bombshell currency and interest rates move, the fallout from the collapse in the price of oil and the rampant dollar. In light trade on the New York Mercantile

Gold price steady as investors eye potential ECB easing
(Bullion Desk - 20/01/2015)

Gold price was steady in Tuesday Asian trade, as investors digest the latest GDP numbers from China and prepares for a potential quantitative easing from the European Central Bank(ECB). Latest Chinese GDP numbers released for the last quarter of 2014

Gold price opens higher in Hong Kong
(Shanghai Daily - 20/01/2015)

The gold price in Hong Kong went up 10 HK dollars to open at 11,800 HK dollars per tael on Tuesday, according to the Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange Society. The price is equivalent to 1,278.08 U.S. dollars a troy ounce, up 1.08 dollars at the latest

Gold rallies to 12-week high
(Reuters - 15/01/2015)

Gold rallied to a 12-week high as sharp falls in stock markets and other commodities prompted investors to buy the metal as a haven from risk, and as soft US data weighed on the dollar. The dollar meanwhile hit a four-week low against the yen after data

Gold Rises to 1-Month High on Slower Rate Gain Outlook
(Bloomberg - 12/01/2015)

Gold rose to a one-month high on speculation that the Federal Reserve will go slow in raising interest rates, weakening the dollar and boosting demand for the precious metal. Bullion for immediate delivery advanced as much as 0.4 percent to $1,228.33 an

Gold climbs to 3-week high as investors seek safety
(Reuters - 06/01/2015)

Gold hit three-week highs on Tuesday as sliding oil prices knocked stock markets and concerns simmered over Greece’s future in the Eurozone, prompting investors to seek out bullion as a safe store of value. European shares resumed their sell-off after