Ruth Crowell (pictured), CEO of the LBMA comments on predictions for gold and silver over 2020…
Commodities & Resources
Andreas Ruf, CEO of InfiniGold explains his firm’s approach to offering traditional gold products supported by blockchain technology.
Gold ETFs have continued to soar with European-listed ETFs funds leading October gold ETF flows, adding 31.3 tonnes (USD1.2 billion, 1.9 per cent of AUM), or 70 per cent of net inflows, according to Juan Carlos Artigas (pictured), Director of Investment Research at the World Gold Council (WGC).
Hot on the heels of last week’s news that The Royal Mint is to launch a gold-backed exchange traded commodity (ETC) fund, is the news that it is to issue a new coin, the White Lion of Mortimer, following what it calls the August gold rush.
A new study from Invesco reveals that 72 per cent of professional investors believe the gold price will rise in 2019, while Invesco announces that the amount of assets invested in Invesco Physical Gold ETC has reached a record high on the product’s 10-year anniversary.
According to Ross Norman (pictured), CEO, Sharps Pixley, a London-based bullion broker, gold could be in the very early stages of a bull run.
Over the last seven days, The Pure Gold Company has seen a 378 per cent increase in first time investors purchasing gold bars and coins compared to the weekly average for 2019. What's more, there has been a 63 per cent increase in financial professionals and bankers investing in physical gold, according to the firm.
This week our columnist Allan Lane of Algo-Chain writes on the difficulties of identifying the next best thing in ETFs…
One-year-old startup the Diamond Standard Co has launched the world’s first fungible diamond commodity product – a universal asset to secure any digital transaction.
Ivanova, portfolio manager at Expat Capital, writes on the recent volatility in the oil price…