Category Archives: Gold In Modern Economics

What The North Korea Summit Means For Gold

For a couple of weeks now the world has been held enthralled by U.S Presidents pronouncements about meeting Kim Jong Un. It was on, then it wasn’t and then it finally took place on the 12th June. North Korean Leader,

Trump’s Trade War

The US/China trade war has been the biggest economic topic that has gripped the world. It would seem the US President is hell bent on cutting Chinese imports into the US and just recently, he announced a 30% tariff on

China’s Golden Ambitions

It is no secret that China has an ambition for its currency to join the ranks of the Dollar and the Euro and if we look at their currency initiatives since 2013, the country’s demand for gold reached an all

What You Need to Know About Mining on August 19th, 2016

For analysts, the sentiment towards the mining sector is mixed. There is a lot going on in both ways. The bullish gold market is something great for mining companies, which are now seeing notable profit margins in their operations for

The Investment Labyrinth

Regardless of from which perspective an investor decides to look at things whether they are economic advisors for governments or strategic tacticians for corporations or treasuries, the current market conditions have lead to a situation where nobody seems to understanding

Golden Equities

When someone says equities, the first thought that comes to most people’s minds are shares, stocks, bonds not to mention profits. Although this is true to a large extent, the truth of the matter is that equities represent a certain

The Ignored “Safe-Haven” of Gold

To the present day, there is a price range for gold per ounce that is making the commodities markets fall in desperation. Despite the several crisis all around the world, the financial logic of the gold “safe haven” is not

The modern role of Gold: Governmental use since the end of Gold and Sterling Standard currency

Gold Reserves Gold Reserves are a nation’s assets in gold that is held or controlled by the central bank of that country and it is representative of the country’s store of value. Gold reserves are also deemed as a guarantee