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Northgate Minerals (AMEX:NXG) Crushed on Costs, Production

You know a gold miner is in trouble when they can’t produce in the type of rising gold price environment we’ve been in, and that doesn’t bode well for Northgate Minerals (AMEX:NXG) (TSE:NGX), which did just that in the latest quarter. Higher gold prices couldn’t overcome the production problems at two of the company’s mines, or the rising costs associated with them. Their Kemess mine in British

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China’s manufacturing loss is a net gain

Filed in Gold, Gold Prices by on July 14, 2010 0 Comments
China’s manufacturing loss is a net gain

Further confirmation of the gradual manufacturing shift away from China and towards regional frontier markets in an Economist piece this week (“Culture Shock”) about how the rising number of labor disputes in China (largely revolving around wage increases) is beginning to intensify the country’s “shift from being the world’s workshop to its shopping mall: as

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So Giant Oil Seal Has Won the 12th Rising Star Award of Taiwan

Filed in Gold Holdings by on May 2, 2010 0 Comments

After passing ISO 9001, in 2009, So Giant Oil Seal has won the 12th Rising Star Award of Taiwan which is recognized by Taiwan government – Ministry of Economic Affair. The award is to praise the contribution and accomplishment of enterprises engagi So Giant Oil Seal Has Won the 12th Rising Star Award of Taiwan

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Gold Bullion Advances in All Currencies | www.bullfax.com

In particular, I always keep a close eye on the relative strength of the miners versus the metal as stocks often lead bullion . Gold Rising With Chinese Investment Demand · Mark O’Byrne submits: Gold …

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Is Rising Bullishness a Reason to Take Profits?

Filed in South African Gold, Spot Gold by on May 1, 2010 0 Comments
Is Rising Bullishness a Reason to Take Profits?

Filed under: Market Matters , S and P 500 The bull has been raging for 13 months. From the March 2009 low, we’ve had a 79% jump in the S&P 500 index . After all this time, people are beginning to feel good about the market again. When people start to feel good, the pros often start to move to the sell side. Conversely, when sentiment is bad, the pros are out there buying. Continue reading Is Rising Bullishness a Reason to Take Profits? Is Rising Bullishness a Reason to Take Profits? originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Sat, 01 May 2010 08:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Questions Swirl Around U.N.’s Climate Auditors

Filed in Bank Gold, Gold by on March 18, 2010 0 Comments

Acknowledging the rising tide of public skepticism toward global warming, the United Nations announced on March 10 that the IAC would act as an independent reviewer for its climate-science arm, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). But a week later, the IAC remains a mystery, and it still hasn’t explained who will be on the review panel or how the panel will operate. And if it knows, it isn’t saying. “The IAC expects to begin its IPCC review shortly and issue a report by August 31. There is no other statement,” Anne Muller, program coordinator at the IAC, told FoxNews.com. WRH permalink

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http://budgetreform.org/document/red-ink-rising

Filed in Debt, Gold, Gold Bullion prices by on February 18, 2010 0 Comments

In Red Ink Rising: A Call to Action to Stem the Mounting Federal Debt, The Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform calls on policy makers to stabilize the national debt through a six-step plan. Crafted over the past year by former heads of the CBO, OMB, GAO, and the congressional budget committees, the plan reflects a bipartisan approach to avoiding the tremendous global risks of America's expanding debt, without destabilizing the economic recovery. Red Ink Rising is the first of two major reports to be released by the commission. Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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European Inflation And Unemployment Will Probably Continue Rising 29-1-2010

Filed in Gold Investing by on January 29, 2010 0 Comments

European Inflation And Unemployment Will Probably Continue Rising As a consequence to the improvement seen since the third quarter when the € area left recession by growing 0.4% from the previous contraction of 0.2%, inflation rate sh European Inflation And Unemployment Will Probably Continue Rising 29-1-2010

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“Buy The Rising Trend”, Market Research

Filed in Gold, Gold Investing, Gold Prices by on December 30, 2009 0 Comments
“Buy The Rising Trend”, Market Research

Buying a stock that is already in an upward trend and at the same time provide new buy signals can be very profitable over time, a recent technical analysis from Investtech.com shows. “The results are clear and very interesting. Shares with the purchase tag from the rising trend has given consistently good results over time, with

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Amazon planning to open UK shops-report

Filed in Gold Holdings by on December 6, 2009 0 Comments

The report said the group was looking to cash in on the rising customer demand for so-called click and collect services, where customers buy goods online and then pick them up from a shop. The Sunday Times report, which cited property landlords and Amazon planning to open UK shops-report

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Pimco Dubai triggers overdue correction in stocks

Filed in Debt, Gold Investing by on November 27, 2009 0 Comments

NEW YORK – Rising fears of a possible debt default at a Dubai state-owned conglomerate is the catalyst for an overdue correction in equities and risk assets, the chief executive of top bond fund manager Pimco said in an interview on Friday.Dubai Pimco Dubai triggers overdue correction in stocks

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A Phony “Fix” for Health Care

Filed in Gold Bullion prices by on November 24, 2009 0 Comments

“You can fool some of the people all of the time,” Abraham Lincoln said, “and all of the people some of the time.” Apparently Congress agrees. Indeed, lawmakers are counting on it: In an effort to fool just enough people for just long enough, they’re engaging in budget tricks to ram through health “reform.” In essence, they’re making promises that won’t be kept. Here’s how. Years ago, lawmakers declared they’d control the rising cost of health care by limiting the amount they paid doctors who treated Medicare patients. They created a formula that linked doctor pay to the overall economic… Original Article: Forum: News/Activism

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