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    Birmingham gold mining firm pulls out of Ebola-hit Liberia

Birmingham gold mining firm pulls out of Ebola-hit Liberia

A Birmingham gold-mining firm has been forced to put its project in Liberia on hold due to the Ebola outbreak. Jewellery Quarter-based Hummingbird Resources said the country had been devastated

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    Falling prices are dragging these Gold stocks down

Falling prices are dragging these Gold stocks down

Commodity prices across the board have been under pressure over the past several weeks. As you can see below, the spot price of gold has rebounded off a key long-term

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    Gold poised for weekly loss on strong U.S. data, dollar

Gold poised for weekly loss on strong U.S. data, dollar

Gold dipped for a third session on Friday and was headed for a weekly loss as a firmer U.S. dollar and robust economic data dented the metal’s appeal as a

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PYBAR wins contract to mine Vivien gold project

  PYBAR wins contract to mine Vivien gold project

Underground mining contractor PYBAR has won the contract to develop and mine Ramelius Resources’ Vivien gold project. The contract will

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Despite bullion gains, Gold ETF assets drop

  Despite bullion gains, Gold ETF assets drop

While precious metals prices were rising, investors have been slowly cutting back on their gold exchange traded fund exposure, which

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Trans-Siberian Gold production down in third quarter

  Trans-Siberian Gold production down in third quarter

Trans-Siberian Gold PLC on Monday said its refined gold and silver production fell in the third quarter against the second,

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Gold assets in top ETP drop most in a year

  Gold assets in top ETP drop most in a year

Flash Player 9 or higher is required to view the chartClick here to download Flash Player nowView the full GLD

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Gold up on physical bids, breaks 2-day drop

  Gold up on physical bids, breaks 2-day drop

Gold rose on Monday, snapping two straight losing sessions, boosted by a fall in the dollar and renewed physical demand

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