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Anna Golubova

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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Gold Bulls Have Stored Up Energy For Another Rally Next Week, Analysts Eyeing $1,250

Gold’s resiliency this week in light of a higher U.S. dollar and hawkish FOMC meeting minutes could mean the precious metal is ready to shine again, according to analysts.

Expect Higher Gold Prices For The Rest Of The Year - Analyst

A trifecta of factors will keep gold prices higher for the rest of the year, according to one gold bull.

Chinese Portfolios Need A 6% Allocation To Gold - WGC

Investors in China need to allocate up to 6% of their portfolios to gold, according to the World Gold Council (WGC), which sees the yellow metal as minimizing the negative effects of volatility.

Gold Ticks Up As Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index Edges Down But Beats Expectations In October

Gold prices ticked up after the index for current general activity in the Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s manufacturing business outlook survey posted a decline to 22.2 in October following a rebound to 22.9 in September, suggesting slightly slower economic growth.

What Will A Divided Congress Mean For Gold, Financial Markets?

Even though the U.S. midterm elections are difficult to predict, TD Securities said the most likely scenario is a divided Congress. But what does that mean for financial and precious metals markets?

No Significant Impact On Gold As The FOMC Meeting Notes Point To More Rate Hikes

Gold prices continued to trade slightly lower on the day after the release of the FOMC meeting minutes from September, which pointed to more rate hikes.

IMF's Downbeat Economic Outlook Points To Higher Gold Prices - WGC

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) economic report of higher risks and slower global economic growth, highlights gold’s relevance in investors’ portfolios, said the World Gold Council (WGC).

Gold Prices Ignore Weaker-Than-Expected U.S. Housing Data

The release of the U.S. housing data from September had little impact on gold prices, with the metal holding on to most of the previous gains that pushed prices to a ten-week high earlier this week.

'Downward-Looking Telescope' To 'Transform' Australia's Mining Sector

Australian scientists are proposing to launch a satellite that would be able to look 300?km (186 miles) beneath the Earth’s surface, unlocking “Australia’s hidden mineral wealth,” according to the Australian Academy of Science's National Committee for Earth Sciences.

'Not Surprising To See' Gold Surge Near $1,280/Oz - TD Securities

Gold prices could easily post more gains due to record short positioning in the precious metal, with prices potentially rallying to near the $1,280-an-ounce, provided that the U.S. equity space continues to see some weakness, said TD Securities.