Bloomberg reports about the record rising demand for Gold from Asia. This doubling in gold demand will be met with reduced supply after the expected Peak Gold production in 2015.
"Gold production is expected to peak in 2015. As the next chart suggests, the discovery cycle peaked some 20 years ago, and that will only reflect as of this year in the production volumes. Combine this with the falling gold prices (currently right below the average cost of production), and the result is a series of liquidations of miners and mining projects which would lead to an even more drastic short-term decrease of gold output."
Gold Demand In Asia Seen Doubling As ANZ Sees Record Prices.
"Bloomberg) -- Gold demand in Asia is set to double by 2030 and boost prices to a record as investment and jewelry purchases climb, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd.
Demand from retail and institutional investors will jump to almost 5,000 metric tons a year by 2030 from 2,500 tons, analysts including Warren Hogan and Victor Thianpiriya said in a report. Prices may rise to more than $2,000 an ounce by 2025 and to $2,400 by 2030, they said. The bank says it supplied more than 20 percent of China’s gold imports last year. Read more on Bloomberg."