Gold demand plunges

Gold demand plunges

COVID-19 suppression of economy and higher pricing pushes down interest in yellow metal

Covid-19

01 MAY 2020
Consultancy sees gold plateauing next year

Consultancy sees gold plateauing next year

Refinitiv sees weak gold market fundamentals keeping a lid on prices in 2020

Research

06 NOVEMBER 2019
Gold supply expected to be up this year

Gold supply expected to be up this year

2018 another year of net de-hedging, down 29% over 2017 levels

Research

14 DECEMBER 2018
Gold price likely edging higher in 2019

Gold price likely edging higher in 2019

Gold demand up, although supply also stronger

Research

12 NOVEMBER 2018
Short-covering and finance fears could boost gold

Short-covering and finance fears could boost gold

GFMS looks at evolution of yellow metals over the past decade since the collapse of Lehman Brothers

Research

12 SEPTEMBER 2018
Physical gold demand reaches four-year high

Physical gold demand reaches four-year high

Physical gold surplus down as gold mining remains stable

Research

09 MAY 2018
De-hedging still favoured by gold producers

De-hedging still favoured by gold producers

WITH the gold price still at record highs, the pace of gold de-hedging has remained high, and precious...

Research

12 MARCH 2009
Gold sure to rally again: GFMS

Gold sure to rally again: GFMS

GOLD could be looking at testing new highs this year, according to precious metals research group GFMS,...

Research

14 JANUARY 2009
Golden times ahead

Golden times ahead

GOLD looks set to record an average price of $US690 an ounce over the next six months according to precious...

Research

14 SEPTEMBER 2007
Global gold hedging down for 2006

Global gold hedging down for 2006

DE-HEDGING increased again in the fourth quarter of 2006, with the Hedge Book recording that the worldwide...

Research

26 FEBRUARY 2007

GFMS: Gold to average US$274/oz over next six months

BRISBANE: The gold price in the first half of 2001 will stay in the US$260-290 range and average US$274,...

Research

11 JANUARY 2001