gold prices

Gold

Gold makes headway above US$1,500 on path to best year since 2010

(Dec 27): Gold rose for a fourth straight session, topping US$1,500 ($2,031) an ounce and on course for its best annual gain since 2010.

MINING

Gold shines as geopolitical worries grow; coal slumps with call for green energy

SINGAPORE (Dec 20): With numerous industries around the world depending on the supply of minerals and metals, miners are pivotal to the global economy.

Gold

Golden allure

As macroeconomic and geopolitical conditions worsen, gold prices have rallied significantly. Will the precious yellow metal continue to shine?

M&A

China Hongxing ditches shoes for gold and copper as it attempts RTO with MMIH

SINGAPORE (Nov 25): Suspended for about eight years, and counting, China Hongxing Sports is a counter that its long-suffering minority shareholders have most likely written off.

Banking & finance

Investors need to diversify amid market volatility, says DBS in 4Q outlook

SINGAPORE (Oct 3): The investment landscape is quickly changing, amid ongoing US-China trade tensions as well as fluctuations in gold and oil prices.

Investing ideas

Amid higher gold prices, ValueMax, Maxi-Cash and MoneyMax could emerge as pawn stars

(Sept 9): Singapore-listed pawnbrokers ValueMax Group, Maxi-Cash Financial Services Corp and MoneyMax Financial Services have largely been under the radar, as investors tend to focus on l

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong unrest sends gold investors to seek haven in Singapore

(Aug 19): Escalating political turmoil in Hong Kong is spooking some gold investors.

Commodities

Gold's rally to 6-year high spurs people to sell their old Tiffanys and Rolexes

(June 26): Fund managers aren’t the only ones feeling the tailwind from gold’s rally to a six-year high.

Commodities

Gold powers to 6-month high as turmoil spurs demand for haven

SINGAPORE (Dec 31): Gold is rallying into the end of 2018 as turmoil in global equities, the partial US government shutdown and concerns about the outlook for next year stoke demand, lifting prices

US stocks

Buy the dip when market overreacts, says KGI

SINGAPORE (Feb 5): The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped by about 666 points on Feb 2, a magnitude that was last seen the day after Britain voted to leave the European Union on June 24, 2016.

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