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.
In the event of a recession or economic crisis, there are wide-ranging emergency powers that President Trump can invoke. There are also already rampant predatory lending practices happening in the market. Outright wealth confiscation is not an impossible scenario.
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."
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.
H.R. 5404, a bill sponsored by Rep. Alex Mooney (R-WV), seeks to bring back the gold standard in the United States for the first time in almost 50 years.
Could the head of the Fed, Chair Janet Yellen, meet the same fate as FBI Director Comey and be fired from her position under President Trump?
Gold insider Koos Jansen used FOIA requests to investigate how the U.S. Mint audits the gold held at Fort Knox. His findings paint a troubling picture.
The Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) must turn over internal correspondence between its employees in regard to price manipulation of the old gold fix.
The spending bill recently passed by Congress prevents the redesign of the dollar, despite the need for security measures to prevent counterfeiting.