Silver peak is yet to come
Another way of thinking about peak silver is to ask about silver supplies at the major futures exchanges such as the COMEX, the Chicago Board of Trade, the London Metal Exchange, and the Tokyo Metals Exchange.
LME will not be able to resist pot of gold
In part this is down to the LME's rarity value. For those wanting to be in the shake-up when the next round of exchange mega-mergers gets underway (likely involving Asia), it is one of the last available opportunities to bulk up.
LME volume hits new record in 2011
The London Metal Exchange (LME) has announced new records for volume and value of trading in 2011, strengthening its position as the worldâ€™s premier metals exchange.
Gold steady as dollar hits 2-month low
Wholesale market prices for gold bullion held steady just below $1750 per ounce Wednesday morning in London - a 2.2% gain on yesterday's low after rallying Tuesday following comments from US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
Gold demand to hit 1 trillion Euro on Feb. 29th
The wholesale market gold price slipped 0.6% to $1730 in London on Thursday morning, regaining most of that dip as the European Central Bank kept its key lending rate on hold and the Bank of England extended its purchases of UK government bonds to Â£325 billion.
Dollar weakness creates gold demand
Spot market gold prices touched $1733 per ounce Monday morning 0.5% up on last week's close as stock markets, commodities and the Euro all rallied following Greece's vote in favor of new austerity measures.
Sideways trade sees gold supported by physical demand
The wholesale market gold price eased to $1713 per ounce on Tuesday lunchtime- 1.1% down on the previous day's high while stock and commodity markets were broadly flat despite several European countries having their sovereign ratings or outlooks lowered last night.