Panic Erupts At LAX After False Warnings About A Gunman
February 16 2015 9:40 PM EST
The rumors stemmed from the police pursuit of an unarmed man near the terminal.
Swiss Voters Reject Gold, Immigration Proposals, Salvaging EU Ties
November 30 2014 4:55 PM EST
The referendums reflect a growing public view that Switzerland is under siege from foreign workers eroding its Alpine culture.
India To Take Imminent Steps To Curb Gold Imports
November 18 2014 1:57 AM EST
Gold imports into India, the world's No. 2 gold consumer behind China, surged nearly fourfold in October to $4.18 billion from a year ago.
Russian Central Bank Buys Up Domestic Gold As Sanctions Bite
November 11 2014 2:04 AM EST
Most Russian gold is sold to domestic banks, which can then sell the metal on to either the central bank or to foreign banks.
Gold Prices To Pass $1,400 This Year As US Inflation Rises
August 05 2014 9:09 AM EDT
The gold dealer USAGOLD says gold prices will rise even if the Fed raises interest rates.
India Uncovers New Gold Smuggling Route
August 01 2014 12:56 AM EDT
India has imposed a record 10 percent duty on gold imports, prompting smugglers to think of innovative ways to bring the metal into the country.
Gold Prices Strong, But Not For Long
July 31 2014 10:22 AM EDT
Gold prices are up this year thanks to geopolitics and a lagging U.S. economy, but they’re looking to fall again pretty soon.
MH17 Crash Brings Down Asian Stocks
July 18 2014 2:18 AM EDT
The crash affected shares of Malaysia Airlines as well as those of Cathay Pacific Airways and Air China.
Barclays Fined $44M for Gold-Price Fixing, Trader Banned
May 23 2014 7:19 AM EDT
The bank was penalized for mismanaging conflicts of interest between itself and its customers, and for having inadequate controls in place.
India's Gold Imports To Rise With Newly Relaxed Norms
May 23 2014 3:51 AM EDT
The World Gold Council expects demand for gold from India to increase by nearly 3 percent over last year.
12 Dead In Colombia Gold Mine Collapse
May 04 2014 8:44 PM EDT
Rescue workers on Sunday dug through about 65 feet of heavy debris to reach victims of Wednesday's accident at an illegal mine.
Fair Trade Gold Q&A – An Ethical And Political Niche
April 23 2014 1:58 PM EDT
We spoke to one of the few North American jewellery retailers who carries Fairtrade gold, sourced from poor miners in South America.
Indian Man Swallows $16K Worth Of Gold Bars
April 21 2014 1:56 PM EDT
Even Chinese Grannies Have Sworn Off Gold
April 16 2014 5:42 AM EDT
The Chinese gold-buying frenzy of 2013 has ebbed as quickly as it erupted.
In Japan, A Gold 'Rush' Ahead Of A Tax Increase
March 31 2014 12:16 PM EDT
On Tuesday, Japan’s sales tax is slated to rise from 5 percent to 8 percent.
Chinese Gold Demand Could Rise Still Further In 2014
March 28 2014 11:38 AM EDT
Increasing demand for gold in China comes as demand from India, the world’s second-largest consumer, has declined in recent years.
Robot Trading Blamed For 'Flash Crash' In Gold
March 28 2014 11:02 AM EDT
One prominent analyst cites the effects of high-volume computerized trading.
Gold’s Safe Haven Allure Returns, For Now
March 27 2014 1:12 PM EDT
Gold prices have risen over tensions in Ukraine. Are the recent gains sustainable? Or Pyrrhic?
Why Germany's Central Bank Is Discussing Gold Repatriation Progress
March 26 2014 10:29 AM EDT
A German central bank official criticized certain speculation about the central bank's motives as “wild and ridiculous conspiracy theories.”
Russia Gold Sales Flagged As Outside Risk, If Sanctions Come
March 13 2014 6:14 PM EDT
But Russia’s central bank has been a strong and consistent buyer of gold in the past several years.