Gold prices might be are under pressure from the current "risk-on" environment for equities and rising interest rates, but several analysts expect the price to recover and say the precious metal can provide investors some real risk protection.
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It was a whirlwind week. After attending two big conferences, I landed in Vancouver Friday where I presented at the International Metal Writers Conference. Markets continued to close at record highs, even as political uncertainty remained and the threat of terrorism loomed large over Western nations. Last Monday, gold flashed a bullish signal we haven't ...
Gold gained and the dollar slumped on Tuesday, as investors bought havens following reports that President Donald Trump shared classified information with top Russian officials at a meeting last week.
Gold on Friday notched a third-straight winning session, a feat it had not achieved since mid-April, as the dollar drifted lower following slightly weaker-than-expected U.S. retail sales and inflation data.
Take everything you think you know about gold and toss it out the window, because there's a very real possibility that physical gold can continue to rise even as the Federal Reserve moves forward with its monetary tightening.
Gold settled higher Thursday, for its fourth advance in the past five sessions, buttressed by anxiety ahead of a meeting between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, and concerns that tax reform efforts could prove to be more difficult than once thought.
Gold futures rose for a third straight session Tuesday for their highest settlement since late February, as financial markets await a meeting later this week between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
In 2008, big banks lobbied hard, got cocky and created a crisis. Now, a different group is about to do the same, possibly on a LARGER scale. Here's what it means for you...
Peter Reagan, April 4, 2017
Over the last election cycle, the financial sector distributed a staggering $2 billion in lobbying dollars to members of ...