Friday, 12 December 2014

The Gold Fever In Europe: Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium - Now Austria Considers Repatriating Its Gold.


  The Gold market is getting hotter by the day and repatriation virus is spreading fast in Europe. Do we have some kind of ECB coordinated Gold plan in place ongoing now? Or is it just the realisation that China, India And Russia are putting the enormous strain on the Gold paper market and demand is overwhelming supply now?

Eric Sprott: Global Gold Demand Is Overwhelming Supply.

Nobody believes that Gold can make a true reversal here. Sentiments are at total extreme. We have the capitulation in gold miners and, maybe, this is the sign of the end of this gold bear market.

What's In Store For Gold In 2015?

  Very interesting conversation about Gold, market fundamentals, supply and demand  from Scotiabank conference, including Rob McEwen.

TNR Gold: Rob McEwen Webcast on Gold, McEwen Mining and Los Azules Copper.


  Last week Rob McEwen has organised the conference call to discuss Gold, McEwen Mining and Los Azules copper. Please visit McEwen Mining website to find out the webcast and latest presentation from McEwen Mining at Goldman Sachs Annual Global Metals & Mining / Steel conference. You have to register to listen to the conference call. TNR Gold shareholders can find very interesting information on the valuation of Los Azules and investment climate in Argentina provided by McEwen Mining.
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Breaking: Austria Considers Repatriating Its Gold

"And just like that, the list of countries who want to repatriate their gold just increased by one more, because after Venezuela, Germany, the Netherlands, sorry Switzerland, and rumors of Belgium, we now can add Austria to those nations for whom the "6000 year old barbarous relic bubble" is more than just "tradition." Zerohedge."

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