Gold rose on Monday as political uncertainty created by U.S. President Donald Trump's move to ban people from seven Muslim-majority countries, and by elections in Europe, supported prices. Traders reported subdued activity because of the Lunar New Year
Gold rose on Tuesday on increased safe haven demand as U.S. President Donald Trump's tough stance on immigration rattled global markets, with prices finding further support from a weaker dollar. Traders were also awaiting the U.S. Federal Reserve's
The introduction of a Sharia standard for gold will not only be good for investors but also for gold producing countries and even individual mining operations. Last month the Sharia Gold Standard was approved as a collaboration between the Bahrain-based
Russia is expected to sell discounted rights to one of the world’s largest untapped gold deposits this week to a joint venture of miner Polyus and a state conglomerate, industry sources and analysts said, after sanctions and restrictions discouraged
Gold rallied to its highest level in more than a month on Tuesday as the dollar dipped ahead of a news conference on Wednesday by US President-elect Donald Trump. The market is looking for more clues on Trump’s spending plans in the first speech since
Gold edged up slightly in a technical rebound on Monday after one-month highs hit last week were undercut by the prospects of more interest rate hikes from the US Federal Reserve. Spot gold edged 0.1 per cent higher to $1,174.23 an ounce by 07:15 GMT.
Gold touched a near-four week high on Wednesday as the dollar edged back from a 14-year peak and physical demand from major consumers China and India increased. Spot gold climbed to its highest since Dec. 9 at $1,167.83 an ounce and was up 0.5 percent at
Royal Jewellery in Dubai, 2016 has been a tough year, but he hopes to make better sales next year. “Sales have been marginally lower in 2016 compared to previous years. Margins have come down because of competition, and we need to work harder as ever to