THIS TIME IS DIFFERENT

GOLD has gained 66 per cent in the last two years and just hit a new all-time high of US$2,075 last week, before pulling back sharply by over US$200 in four days.

DIARY OF PRIVATE INVESTOR

THERE is probably nothing that I could possibly say in a few hundred words that will change anyone's mind about gold, especially if they are fans of the yellow metal. For them, the recent...

GOLD REPORT

THIS week in gold was characterised by a sharp sell-off to a two-week low, triggered by US producer prices unexpectedly rising higher.

[SINGAPORE] Gold held above US$1,900 an ounce following wild swings as investors weighed the outlook for the metal's record-setting rally, tracking moves in bond yields, a weaker dollar, as well...

GOLD prices recently hit an all-time high above US$2,000 an ounce, but gold miners may not be reaping the benefits of higher selling prices.

[SINGAPORE] Gold's rout is not yet done. Prices sank below US$1,900 an ounce on Tuesday, extending the precious metal's slump into a second day after the haven lost more than 5 per cent in the...

GOLD prices fell on Monday as the dollar held onto gains made after better-than-expected US payrolls data, while investors kept a close eye on Sino-US relations ahead of scheduled trade talks.

[NEW YORK] Gold prices fell on Monday as the dollar held onto gains made after better-than-expected US payrolls data, while investors kept a close eye on Sino-US relations ahead of scheduled trade...

[NEW YORK] Gold fell from a record as better-than-expected US jobs data signalled the economic rebound is still making headway. Selling was also exacerbated as traders fixed the London gold price...

GOLD REPORT

GOLD contracts started the week on a positive note Monday morning on safe-haven buying, as the worsening Covid-19 pandemic continues to stifle the US economy and uncertainty arose over...