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  • Silver Inches Closer To $20

    Published 13 July 2020 | viewed 668 times

    Early this year, the silver market was going through a tough time. Its reaction to the growing pandemic was in stark contrast to that of…

  • India To Auction 41 Coal Assets

    Published 11 July 2020 | viewed 777 times

    India’s coal sector is in the limelight following a series of recent government decisions. A new study by data analytics company GlobalData shows that India…

  • The Economics Of The Space Race

    Published 02 July 2020 | viewed 899 times

    Space is suddenly back in vogue following SpaceX’s successful launch of two astronauts to the International Space station at the end of May and followed up with…

  • EU-U.S. Trade Relations Are Deteriorating

    Published 30 June 2020 | viewed 1,046 times

    While small beer compared to the U.S.’s trade war with China, the growing dispute between Washington and Brussels over subsidies by aircraft makers is likely…

  • India Launches Its First Natural Gas Exchange

    Published 22 June 2020 | viewed 1,250 times

    India launched its first natural gas exchange earlier this week. The Indian Gas Exchange (IGX) is a nationwide, online delivery-based gas trading platform for delivery of natural…

  • India's Solar Sector On The Verge Of Collapse

    Published 07 June 2020 | viewed 1,522 times

    The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on India’s solar power program. According to a new report from ETEnergyWorld, India was able to add only…

  • What's Next For Hong Kong?

    Published 03 June 2020 | viewed 1,275 times

    Many view tiny Hong Kong as something of an anathema — a hangover from the days of the British empire, part of China but not…

  • What Do India's Latest Reforms Mean For Its Coal Industry?

    Published 28 May 2020 | viewed 1,156 times

    Sector experts in India are hailing the new coal mining and mineral sector reforms announced a few days ago by the country’s finance minister, believing…

  • Will Government COVID Intervention Cause Inflation?

    Published 26 May 2020 | viewed 1,027 times

    Economists and parts of the media are openly debating whether the massive financial support that is being injected into the economy and the resulting unprecedented…

  • Europe On The Brink Of Economic Crisis

    Published 20 May 2020 | viewed 6,311 times

    France, heartbeat of the European social ideal, is facing an existential crisis caused by the impact of the lockdown of its economy. Nowhere is that…

  • U.S. Auto Sales Fall To Lowest Level In A Decade

    Published 10 April 2020 | viewed 1,553 times

    An article in the Financial Times reviews the fortunes of parts makers Infineon (formerly part of Siemens), Continental and Osram, all of whom suffered last…

  • Why Stock Prices Are Falling More Than Commodities

    Published 17 March 2020 | viewed 1,616 times

    Those of us who are just passive investors in the stock market, usually via our pension plans, have no doubt been horrified by the meltdown…

  • China Is Recovering Quicker Than Expected From Coronavirus Outbreak

    Published 12 March 2020 | viewed 2,028 times

    Falling infection rates to the lowest level since January and President Xi Jinping’s visit to Wuhan yesterday suggest all is returning to normal in China.…

  • Is Palladium The New Gold?

    Published 19 December 2018 | viewed 2,750 times

    After surging more than 50 percent in the last four months, palladium — that previously little-discussed Platinum Group Metal (PGM) — reached $1,255.12/ounce, surpassing gold…

  • How Close to Reality Are China’s National Bureau of Statistics Growth Figures?

    Published 30 January 2018 | viewed 0 times

    We have long since stopped believing official China growth data. If that’s the case, what is the “real” growth rate in China and should we…

  • Not all Base Metals Want to Join the Bull Party

    Published 30 August 2017 | viewed 0 times

    Aluminum, copper and zinc have moved in a solid bullish manner. While nickel has joined these three base metals, tin and lead seems to be…

  • In Defense of Free Trade Agreements

    Published 24 August 2017 | viewed 0 times

    The Trump administration is right to worry about the loss of American jobs and to explore the reasons for trade imbalances. But they are wrong…

  • Gold Price the Winner in Early June; Rest of Precious MMI Flattens

    Published 09 June 2017 | viewed 0 times

    Here’s What Happened All quiet on the precious-metals front this month, as our Global Precious Metals MMI held pat from May to June at a…

  • Solar Sector The “Shining Star” Of 2016 Silver Usage

    Published 11 May 2017 | viewed 0 times

    Now that Black Sails has signed off and Long John Silver is on to new adventures, it’s time to turn our attention to a different…

  • Has the Opportunity to Buy Precious Metals Gone?

    Published 04 May 2017 | viewed 0 times

    Our Global Precious Metals MMI inched up a point in April. However, this year the index seems to be struggling near 84 points. Let’s take…