[embedded content] Central bank gold demand has been slowly declining through 2020, with July net purchases falling to their lowest level since December 2018. However, the World Gold Council said this sector remains an essential pillar of support for the gold market. WGC said that
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‘This is just slowing the clock on evictions’: Why the CDC’s moratorium on evictions won’t solve America’s looming $100 billion rental crisis
Public-health officials have enacted a nationwide moratorium on evictions to protect Americans from COVID-19. When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced in early September that it was establishing a temporary ban on evictions across the country, the news was celebrated by housing advocates
High gold prices are leading to demand drop off in China, said Samson Li, Senior Precious Metals Analyst at Thomson Reuters GFMS. Li spoke to Kitco on Thursday Hong Kong time. Li noted that the Chinese gold price has been heavily discounted compared to international
[embedded content] The rapid rise of gold and silver prices have caused valuations from miners as well as their exploration budgets to expand, but the industry is yet to see its full potential as the lockdowns have prevented silver companies from generating free cash flow
The Conversation: Ruth Bader Ginsburg played a pivotal role in the women’s-rights era — and that was before she joined the Supreme Court
When he nominated Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, President Bill Clinton compared her legal work on behalf of women to the epochal work of Thurgood Marshall on behalf of African-Americans. The comparison was entirely appropriate: As Marshall oversaw the legal strategy that
There is relatively little exploration activity in Latin America compared to Canada and U.S., said Paul Harris, Kitco’s special correspondent, on Friday during Kitco’s podcast. Harris was joined by editor Neils Christensen and mining audiences manager Michael McCrae. Special guest was Nathan Tribble, VP of
[embedded content] If history repeats itself, the rapid expansion of the balance sheets of central banks will lead to massive inflation of asset and consumer prices, and investors will be rushing to precious metals for protection, said Florian Grummes, managing director of Midas Touch Consulting.
Where Should I Retire?: ‘I hate the humidity and can do with a lot less snow and ice, and my husband hates the extreme heat’ — where should we retire?
Dear MarketWatch, My husband and I are in our mid-50s and plan to retire in about 10 years. We live in northern New Jersey and want to move somewhere that has less extreme weather and lower taxes. We will have around $6,500-$7,500 a month in
Sentences that begin with “I can’t” drive me nuts—and I especially dislike the sentence, “I can’t save.” “Pish-tosh,” I say. Every household in America earning at least the median income can save for the future. If they try hard, many lower-income Americans could also save.
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