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Perth Mint Appointed as Member of Shanghai Gold Exchange

Published: March 09, 2019 by Everett Millman

The Shanghai Gold Exchange continues to emerge as one of the world's premier gold trading platforms. Australia's Perth Mint has been named an international member of the exchange, strengthening ties between the two regional powers.

The Problem With Venezuela's Gold

Published: February 02, 2019 by Everett Millman

Venezuela is not only in the midst of a protracted economic crisis, but the Maduro government is also facing a growing political impasse. Where does the country's gold fit into this difficult situation?

Press, Public Criticize 80:20 Gold Scheme in India

Published: January 27, 2019 by Everett Millman

Get caught up on why the public, and increasingly the official press, are now explosively critical of the Indian government's "80:20" scheme for imported gold. The policy is being characterized as a "heist."

Hoarding Gold Can Cost Your Life In Iran

Published: November 15, 2018 by Everett Millman

To the shock of many, the financial news reported this week that gold dealers in Iran are being executed by the government for hoarding gold, which authorities are claiming is detrimental to the country's broader financial health.

Are Gold Mines Running Dry Around the World?

Published: July 28, 2018 by Everett Millman

South Africa, once home to the world's top-producing gold mines, has seen a virtual collapse of the industry. New gold mining projects around the world are on the decline, as well.

How the Growth of Solar Energy Will Boost Silver Demand

Published: March 25, 2018 by Everett Millman

The production of solar power has been increasing dramatically. Because silver is a key component of solar panels, this trend should lift silver demand.

Could a Joke Rename Australia's Currency?

Published: June 03, 2017 by Everett Millman

A petition in Australia seeks to change the name of the country's currency, based on a joke appearing in a 1995 episode of The Simpsons.

Royal Dutch Mint's New Gold and Silver Coins

Published: March 18, 2017 by Everett Millman

The Royal Dutch Mint is honoring the 400th anniversary of the classic leeunwendaalder design with new silver and gold proof coins.

Ghana Opens Second-largest Gold Refinery in Africa

Published: November 19, 2016 by Everett Millman

South Africa Issues Silver, Platinum Krugerrands for 50th Anniversary

Published: October 20, 2016 by Everett Millman

The Rand Refinery (South Africa) is expanding its bullion coin program to include one-ounce Silver Krugerrands and Proof Platinum Krugerrands.

International Economic News

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