2020 will certainly be a year for the historians to pore over for many generations to come. When the year opened, the world was reeling fr..
In an election that saw some of the highest turnout for decades, millions of US voters took to the polls or submitted postal votes, and de..
As the total number of COVID-19 cases worldwide hit one and a half million this week, it’s important to take stock of what it has done to ..
The global economy has been rattled in recent weeks, with the coronavirus having infected as many as 43,000 people and killing up to 1,000..
Gold investors will have been watching the recent price dip with caution. Prices peaked at over £1,270 in September, as fears persisted ab..
Summary: This year has been a testing time for investors, as Brexit uncertainty persists. Despite this, Gold offers an opportunity for cla..
Gold for first place, silver for second, bronze for third. That’s how it goes traditionally. Silver, close to the top, but not quite on to..
The gold melt-up is upon us. After eight years of rangebound prices, gold has finally broken its glass ceiling, jumping over the £1,200 pe..
Since the abandonment of the Bretton Woods system, and the UK’s decision to sell vast quantities of gold holdings in 1999 (the incident in..
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, gold has the potential to become a form of ‘Brexit investment’, as the precious metal has been known t..