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Julian D. W. Phillips

Julian  D. W. Phillips

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Global Watch: The Gold Forecaster covers the global gold market. It specializes in Central Bank Sales and details, the Indian Bullion market [supported by a leading Indian Bullion professional], the South African markets [+ Gold shares shares] plus the currencies of gold producers [Euro, U.S. $, Yen, C$, A$, and the South African Rand]. Its aim is to synthesise all the influential gold price factors across the globe, so as to truly understand the global reasons behind the gold price.

  • Trepidation Ahead of a Rate Cut: Anaemia Afterwards

    Published 26 June 2003 | viewed 2,734 times

    Since our last weekly perspective, Gold dropped to $347 ahead of the quarter point drop in the U.S. Federal Funds rate. The week saw the…

  • Confusion In The Ranks

    Published 20 June 2003 | viewed 2,368 times

    The market is trading at $358.5 down from the day's start of $361 again, which was up $6 since our last report, after a look…

  • Strong Gold, a Strong $ - From a Weak $

    Published 18 June 2003 | viewed 2,714 times

    With even the President of the United States telling the Press that he supports a "Strong $ Policy" against the daily sight of a weakening…

  • Journalism and Gold

    Published 12 June 2003 | viewed 2,626 times

    We all appreciate the efforts good journalist make in bringing accurate pertinent news, presented in a readable way. When it comes to gold reporting the…

  • That Was The Week That Was!

    Published 06 June 2003 | viewed 3,060 times

    The consolidation continues! In a gold market of this type, it is so refreshing to see how "the wise" can be made to trot untidily…

  • No More 'Official Gold Sales' -
    without renewal of Central Bank Gold Agreement

    Published 30 May 2003 | viewed 3,262 times

    Indications from authoritative sources tell us that it is unlikely that "Official" gold sales, after September 2004, will take place unless the Washington or Central…