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  1. Perth Mint CEO To Headline Precious Metals Investment Symposium

    Posted: September 27 2016

    The Perth Mint’s Chief Executive Officer, Richard Hayes, a precious metals industry expert, will headline a key group of speakers at the 7th Annual Precious Metals Investment Symposium, being held in Sydney in October. A thought leader on the global precious metals market, Mr Hayes will share his knowledge and unique insights into the industry […]

  2. Gold to reach $US1900 by year end, says Robert McEwen

    Posted: September 21 2016

    By Danielle Bochove and Millie Munshi – September 21, 2016 Robert McEwen, one of the gold’s industry’s most unabashed bulls, is predicting prices could surge as much as 44 per cent by the end of the year as confidence in the economy buckles. The metal could trade in a range of $US1700 an ounce to […]

  3. Commonwealth Project making an Impact

    Posted: September 17 2016

    New assays at the Commonwealth Project owned by Impact Minerals Limited have revealed a zone of high-grade gold and very high-grade silver which is approximately 41 m thick. This body of mineralization includes numerous high-grade gold and silver veins, and groups of veins which have been thoroughly sampled to confirm their quality and extent. In […]

  4. Perth Mint unveils Australia’s 2017 Bullion Coin Program

    Posted: September 6 2016

    The Perth Mint has unveiled the stunning new designs of Australia’s official annual bullion coin program. The 2017 suite of releases showcase Australia’s iconic fauna in their natural environment, and the tenth animal from the ancient Chinese zodiac as the lunar calendar enters the anticipated Year of the Rooster. The renowned Australian Lunar series comprises […]

  5. That’s rich – Kittson’s sparkling humour celebrates gold’s importance

    Posted: August 10 2016

    Investors who attend the Gala Awards dinner at October’s Precious Metals Investment Symposium will be able to laugh along with comedian Jean Kittson while rubbing shoulders with heavyweights of the gold sector. After two days of actionable insights from global experts in precious metals investment, the focus of Australia’s largest precious metals event will turn […]

  6. Millenium Minerals makeover

    Posted: August 3 2016

    Day three of Diggers n Dealers and first out of the blocks today was Glenn Dovaston, Chief Executive Officer for Millenium Minerals was first to take to the stage. Back in 2015 when Mr. Dovaston first took the reins at Millenium Minerals the company was in a world of hurt with no money in the […]

  7. Clear skies in Kalgoorlie…

    Posted: August 2 2016

    With a hint of turbulence for the rest of the world. There is a feeling of quiet optimism for the first time in quite a while at this year’s Diggers n Dealers forum in Kalgoorlie. The usual suspects were lurking outside the enormous tent grateful for the coffee on hand to warm them up before […]

  8. Gold is still the prince of precious metals

    Posted: August 1 2016

    It wasn’t so long ago the world’s major currencies were based on the gold standard and gold remains an integral part of the international financial system. Gold is still the prince of precious metals, still king of the commodity markets. Probably no other element has had as much effect on the evolution of human culture. […]

  9. Big investors join China’s gold rush

    Posted: July 27 2016

    Twice every working day, the new Shanghai Gold Exchange’s benchmark price for gold bullion aims to “fix” the price that matches the most business from buyers and sellers in the Chinese gold market, to arrive at a benchmark price in yuan per gram. Whether the Shanghai price complements, challenges or supersedes the world’s long-established daily benchmark […]

  10. Gold’s China syndrome

    Posted: July 22 2016

    The continued rise of China and its passion for gold has introduced a cultural revolution into investment. China’s ambitious move to exert more control over the pricing of gold – its launch in April of the yuan-denominated price fix – has sparked concerns that the Shanghai Gold Exchange will suck up a lot of the world’s physical […]

  11. Million Dollar Kimberley Treasure Coin Sold in Record Time

    Posted: July 19 2016

    Following the launch of the world exclusive Kimberley Treasure coin, The Perth Mint has sold the spectacular masterpiece to an international buyer within just 48 hours of its release. Crafted from one kilogram of 99.99% pure gold and featuring a radiant 0.54 carat red diamond from the famed Argyle Diamond Mine in the East Kimberley […]

  12. Gold partnership strengthens Precious Metals Symposium

    Posted: July 15 2016

    Australia’s largest precious metals event and the peak body of the country’s gold sector have come together in partnership at a time when enthusiasm for precious metals is at its highest in several years. With many gold companies’ share prices having doubled and the Australian dollar gold price nudging record highs, the organiser of the […]

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