Is it my imagination or is it becoming a regular feature of the gold market to basically go to sleep during the first few days of the week and then wake up as we get closer to the week-end?
The EU has failed to come to a consensus on a unified budget. Is this a sign of economic weakness ahead for the region? Or could it ultimately be a positive?
Uranium has been one of the strongest of all the resources recently, with the price almost tripling in the past two years.
Gold up, oil up, U.S. dollar down, boy what a week! Can we stand another like it? Sure we could.
Mustang Minerals hit sulphides, Tournigan Gold adds more uranium, North American Tungsten rides high on Cantung and more this week on the Canadian Markets.
On June 15 we got a new report from our Treasury on how much long term investment foreigners made in the US. They have slowed overall cross-border flows from a record $91 B into the US 3 months ago, to a still-large $47 B in the most recent month of April.
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