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ScotiaBank

Gold & Silver Market Watch | Daily Update

ScotiaMocatta, part of Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets, is a global leader in precious and base metals trading, finance and physical metal distribution, with roots dating back to 1671.

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Metals Matter | Monthly Research Report

ScotiaMocatta, part of Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets, is a global leader in precious and base metals trading, finance and physical metal distribution, with roots dating back to 1671.

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World Gold Council

Gold Demand Trends | Q1 2015

In a generally quiet quarter, global demand dipped 1% to 1,079t. However, the gold market’s complex eco-system was well balanced in Q1 2015. Conditions differed from market to market but at an aggregate level, these differences broadly cancelled out. Growth in India and the US could not prevent a modest downtick in jewellery demand; light inflows into ETFs, the first since 2012, led to growth in investment.

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Gold Investor | Risk management and capital preservation

Gold Investor highlights the benefits of investing in gold in the context of investment portfolios and details the past, current and future relationship between gold and the US dollar.

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LBMA

Forecast 2015 - An Overview | Forecast 2015

The following report, predicts that continued uncertainties in the global economy mean that there could be significant volatility in the prices for all metals.

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Incrementum

In Gold We Trust - Special Report on Gold | June 2013

  • In the course of the recent gold crash, the market has once again demonstrated its tendency to maximize pain. Massice technical damage has been inflicted. We are convinced that repairing the technical picture will take some time. Accordingly $1,480 is our 12-month target.
  • We think that the correction that began in September 2011 exhibits strong similarities to the mid cycle correction of 1974 to 1976.
  • Since 2008 there have been more than 500 interest rate cuts around the world. Non-standard monetary policy measures seem to have become standard procedure. Tapering and exiting from QE might be more difficult than market participants currently envision.
  • This gold report is the first in which we offer a quantitative model of the gold price.
  • Due to the clearly positive CoT data as well as extremely oversold conditions, we assume that a bottoming process will soon begin. We therefore judge that our long-term price target of $2,300, first stated several years ago already, continues to be realisitc.
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"Nothing to Spare" Oil Outlook 2012 | March 2012

The study is covering the following highlights:

  • High liquidity, low interest rates, and QE should create a positive environment for oil
  • Does the skyscraper index signal a weaker oil price?
  • Excursus: Oil price development from the perspective of the Austrian School of Economics
  • Petrodollar exiting through the back door?
  • Break-even oil price (BEOP) suggests rising "floor"
  • Sharply rising oil consumption in the exporting countries could trigger shortages in the long run
  • US natural gas has a attractive risk/reward profile
  • "Clean fracking" will make shale gas production more efficient, cleaner and cheaper
  • Neo-Malthusians vs. Cornucopians
  • Economic consequences of the high oil price
  • The aorta of the oil business - How likely is a blockade of the Strait of Hormuz?
  • Technical analysis: Sentiment does not (yet) signal any extreme form of optimism
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GEAB Bulletins

No. 86 is available | Global Systemic Crisis - The Major Global Geopolitical Reconfiguration

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