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Anna Golubova

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Anna Golubova is the Social Media Reporter for Kitco News. As a journalist with five years of experience, she has covered a range of topics, focusing on economy and politics. Anna began to exclusively cover economic news in 2013, attending media lockups at the Bank of Canada and Statistics Canada to report on a range of key macro economic events, including interest rate announcements, GDP, unemployment, and retail. She holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from NPSIA, Carleton and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Ottawa. 

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New Gold Rush Hits California After Damaging Winter Floods

A tough California winter has triggered a surprising summer gold rush for residents living near the Oroville Spillway crisis, as weeks of heavy rains during the winter months stirred up gold flakes and nuggets along the rivers that the spillway impacted.

Hackers Steal Staggering $32 Million In Ethereum

In a massive security breach on Wednesday, hackers got their hands on 153,000 units of cryptocurrency ethereum, worth around $32.6 million.

Dovish Draghi Comments Drive Gold Prices

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi confirmed asset purchases will continue at least through December, adding that a very substantial amount of stimulus is still needed.

Gold Pushes Off Lows As ECB Holds Rates Steady, All Eyes On Draghi

European Central Bank (ECB) decided to leave interest rates unchanged, with all attention shifting to Mario Draghi’s press conference, which will shortly follow the bank’s announcement.

LME Looking Into Changing Strategy After Market Share Drop

The London Metal Exchange (LME), the world’s biggest industrial metal exchange, will be voting on various new measures in August, including items such lower fees and new live implied prices for monthly contracts not traded electronically, Bloomberg cited sources as saying.

Gold's $1,300 Level Might Not Happen Until 2018 - NAB

In what the National Australia Bank (NAB) described as a “mildly optimistic” forecast, gold is seen reaching the key psychological level of $1,300 only by the end of 2018.

Silver To Surge Above $20 Within A Year - Metals Focus

This year’s volatile silver market could see a positive price rally within the next 12 months, surging 25% from the current value, one UK-based precious metals consultancy said.

New Zealand's 8,500 Kg Gold Discovery Shadowed By Fierce Stand-Off

New Zealand is now in the middle of a new mining controversy, as the latest gold discovery exploded into a fierce stand-off between the local community in the North Island conservation area and the New Talisman Gold Mines.

Canada Takes Top Spot In Global Mining’s Exploration Budget — PwC Report

Canada was the clear leader when it came to mining exploration last year, reporting the biggest budget than any other country, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) said in its Mine 2017 report.

Too Big To Sell? World’s Biggest Diamond Could Be Cut Up

The 1,109-carat rock wonder is too big to be sold, which means it could be cut up in order to attract new interest, Reuters reported quoting industry experts.