Goldhub is intended to address a need in the market to help investors better understand gold’s value as a strategic asset.
The World Gold Council today launched its ‘Gold and climate change’ report, aiming to provide investors with greater clarity around gold’s impacts on climate change.
The World Gold Council today launched an essay collection, Gold 2048, analyzing how the gold market is set to evolve in the next 30 years.
A late rally in physical gold buying failed to prevent a drop in full-year demand last year to its lowest since 2009, the World Gold Council said, as weaker fund investment outstripped a bump in jewellery consumption.
GLDW seeks to track the performance of the Solactive GLD® Long USD Gold Index, less fund expenses.
Sibanye is the largest individual producer of gold in South Africa and one of the 10 largest globally. OceanaGold is a rapidly growing multinational gold producer with assets located in the Philippines, New Zealand and the United States.
“2015 has been a fascinating year for the gold market, with strong demand from central banks, Asian markets and the European bar and coin market.
Gold recycling: New report examines the evolving industry that contributes a third of global gold supply
The report examines the challenges and opportunities facing the gold recycling industry, which has two main components; high-value recycled gold and industrial recycled gold.
The Indian market continues to be the largest in terms of gold demand.
A layer of gold nanodots on the surface of indium-tin oxide (ITO) coated glass may improve the efficiency of organic photovoltaic cells, according to new research published in the journal, Gold Bulletin.
Gold’s strong start to the year was reinforced during the second quarter of 2011 where total global gold demand measured 919.8 tonnes (t), worth a near-record US$44.5bn, with broad-based support across all sectors and geographies. Standout markets were India and China, as these two markets accounted for 52% of total bar and coin investment and 55% of global jewellery demand, the World Gold Council announced today. Despite a higher gold price, Indian and Chinese demand grew 38% and 25% respectively during Q2 2011 compared to the same period of 2010. This growth is likely to continue, due to increasing levels of economic prosperity, high levels of inflation and forthcoming key gold purchasing festivals.