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January 25, 2013, 8:40 AM

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Gold price drivers for the upcoming week:

  • How central banks of the world’s largest economies create trillions of dollars out of thin air
  • Dollar is at its turning point - what’s next
  • Will the S&P 500 hold its value
  • At what level crude oil prices are from long-term perspective
  • How mining stocks are correlated with the general stock market
  • Consequences of the Thursday’s decline in gold and silver
  • The emotionality behind senior and junior mining stocks

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Aug Market Overview

Gold Market Overview

In the last edition of the Market Overview we analyzed the nature of gold and defined it as a global monetary asset rather than a commodity. Because of its nature, neither mining production nor industrial demand nor consumer demand nor central banks’ demand drives the gold price. In reality the casual relationship takes place in the opposite direction: the gold price affects these categories of demand. We concluded that the investment demand drives the gold prices, because only professional investors (not consumers) provoke a stable, sustainable rise (or decline) in the gold price. This time we will focus on the investment demand and its determinants.

Read more in the latest Market Overview report.

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