Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Gold holds near two-week high on uncertainty over virus impact
Gold prices on Monday held near a two-week high scaled in the previous session as uncertainty prevailed over the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global economy.
Iran among top seven producers of gold, jewelry: Official
Iran is among the world’s top seven producers of gold and jewelry, but it has to work its way through the ranks to win a position as an exporter, the head of Tehran International Exhibition Center said.
Gold gains as coronavirus epidemic fuels safe-haven demand
Gold prices rose on Wednesday, recovering from a sharp drop in the previous session, as safe-haven demand was boosted by worries over a fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak in China.
Mouteh Mine’s nine-month gold output at 254kg
Production of Mouteh Gold Mine in Isfahan Province amounted to 254 kilograms in the nine months ending December 21, 2019, reported Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).
Gold’s surprise end-of-year rally picks up pace as dollar sags
Gold’s end-of-year stealth rally is gaining ground even as investors target risk assets including equities and early data suggest that macro-economic conditions are set to be more benign in 2020 than this year.
Russia boosts gold production by nearly 18%
The Russian Central Bank’s gold bullion stockpile continued its record growth this year, climbing to well over 2,600 tons, as the country continues its push to steer its international reserves away from the dollar.
Muslim nations pondering gold, barter against sanctions: Mahathir
Iran, Malaysia, Turkey and Qatar are considering trading among themselves in gold and via barter trade as a hedge against any future economic sanctions on them, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Saturday.
What gold price drop means for precious metal
According to some financial media outlets, the ‘unstable’ price of gold is ‘under pressure’ after an unexpected fall.
Gold eases as trade deal hopes stir risk sentiment
Gold prices edged down to a one-week low on Monday after the United States and China expressed willingness to sign an initial trade deal by the year-end, lifting demand for riskier assets and boosting the dollar.
Gold edges down on optimism over US-China trade deal
Gold prices eased on Monday as optimism grew about US-China trade ties following a report of "constructive talks" over the weekend, while losses were capped by a softer dollar.
Gold rises as concerns over trade deal, economic slowdown linger
Gold prices rose on Monday, after touching a three-month low in the previous session, on lingering concerns over the US-China trade deal and the prospect of a slowing global economy.
India gold imports drop 33%
India's gold imports fell for a fourth straight month in October from a year ago as near record-high prices dampened buying during key festivals in the world's second-biggest consumer of the metal, a government source said on Monday.
Chinese investors pile into gold as economic worries surge
Chinese investors are piling into gold bullion in a big way as worries over China’s economy and political system surge.
Iranian wrestler Poshtam wins gold at Military World Games
Iranian Greco-Roman wrestler Pejman Poshtam won gold on Thursday at Men 77kg category of the World Military Games that are being held in China.
Gold’s rally driving a rush to one of metal’s final frontiers
Step aside Canada, Australia and South Africa: West Africa is fast becoming the hottest ticket in gold mining.

Page Generated in 3/7263 sec