The author is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own.
Gold analysts are generally bullish by nature and many have long-running forecasts that bullion is poised to rally through the $2,000 an ounce barrier, bu
Sharp increases in mining costs mean gold will need to reach $3,000 an ounce in five years for the industry to stay profitable, World Gold Council chief executive Aram Shishmanian said on Monday.
Miners currently needed a gold price of $1,
Investors forsook gold exchange traded funds in the first quarter in favour of coins and bars, the World Gold Council said, with buying of physical investment products helping lift overall bullion demand by 11 per cent.
The WGC said ETFs r
Global gold consumption for 2010 will be higher than 2009 as a result of increasing levels of demand in India and China, sustained global demand for gold investment, together with growth in jewellery and industrial demand, the World Gold Council (
The World Gold Council (WGC), in collaboration with one of its retail partners, Malabar, has introduced the latest jewellery collection.
Launched just in time for Diwali, the 'festival of lights', and Dhanteras, Diwali’s first day,
The World Gold Council (WGC), in collaboration with its retail partner Joyalukkas, is set to unveil intricately designed jewellery collections for the upcoming Diwali festival.
The collections are specifically selected to celebrate this jo
A modest, consistent holding of gold mitigates the potential for significant loss of value during extreme market events, according to a new study published by the World Gold Council (WGC).
In its latest report, Gold: Hedging Against Tail R
Top officials of the World Gold Council (WGC) will this week meet with representatives of Saudi Arabia’s gold industry and government leaders, in a bid to develop the gold market in the country.
During this visit, the WGC hopes to identify
Joyalukkas, in association with World Gold Council (WGC), has launched its latest handcrafted special-edition gold jewellery collections designed for the summer months.
As part of the summer festivities, Joyalukkas is also organising a fun
The World Gold Council (WGC) expects that demand for gold will be strong during 2010, driven by growing jewellery demand in China and India as well as an increase in European and US investment.
According to WGC’s Gold Demand Trends report,