Silver has been treading water for the past two years. But the outlook for the white metal is auspicious.
Articles written by Andrew Van Sickle
A combination of combination of slowing profits and rising interest rates is bad news for US stocks.
Nobody has been paying much attention to Europe recently amid all the fuss about inflation returning to America. But last week, it returned to the spotlight – and not in a good way.
The first few days of Cyril Ramaphosa’s tenure as president of South Africa have been very encouraging.
Opec has joined forces with Russia to mop up much of the oil market glut by agreeing to curtail production.
Jacob Zuma’s inept and scandal-ridden presidency of South Africa finally limped to a close on 14 February when he stepped down. His successor, Cyril Ramaphosa has a very long to-do list.
The price of gold is on the rise, gaining around 10% in the past two months, and almost 30% since early 2016.
After the nasty slip-up earlier this month, equities bounced back strongly last week. Yet the source of all the fuss – the rise in US bond yields and signs of inflation returning – hasn’t gone away.
Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement is on course to be the biggest party in an Italian hung parliament.
US oil production eclipsed ten million barrels per day last December, and has nearly caught up with the record set during the Texas oil boom 47 years ago.