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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 Prices Near Daily Lows After Mixed Flash PMI Data

Gold prices remained near daily lows after the release of preliminary manufacturing and service-sector sentiment data.

Slowing U.S. Growth To Give Gold More Room To Rally - Capital Economics

Gold prices hit a 10-month high this week and the rally is not over, according to Capital Economics, which is projecting that the U.S. economy will disappoint markets this year.

Gold Edges Down As Fed Minutes Offer Clues Into January's Policy Reversal

Gold prices nudged slightly lower following the release of the January’s Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting minutes, with the overall market reaction remaining fairly muted.

Gold To Test 2016 Highs Next - Analyst

After rallying to a 10-month high on Tuesday, gold is bound to test the 2016 highs next, reaching the $1,360 and $1,370 levels, said one analyst.

Copper To Rise More Than 60% In 6 Years - Capital Economics

Copper prices will surge in the next six years, peaking at $10,000 per tonne amid lack of supply and increasing demand for green technology, Capital Economics said in a report.

Love Trade Vs. Fear Trade: Which One Drives Gold Prices?

Investors should be aware that it is the love trade that drives gold demand, said U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes, adding that the North American market could be waking up to this soon.

Tokyo 2020 Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals To Be Made Out Of E-Waste

All medals to be given out during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be made out of electronic waste, including discarded smartphones, laptops, and digital cameras.

Election Promise: Indian Brides To Get $530 Worth Of Gold

One of India’s political parties is taking election promises to a new level — announcing that it will give 80,000 brides $530 worth of gold.

Is This The End Of Gold's Bear Market? Scotiabank Weighs In

Gold is looking to put its bear market behind it, according to a report by Scotiabank, which points to a pause in Federal Reserve’s rate hikes, investor positioning, and bullish technical momentum as offering long-term support.

Russia Considers Getting Rid Of Gold Tax To Boost Investment

Russian Finance Ministry is looking into eliminating the value-added tax (VAT) on gold purchases, potentially opening up demand to additional 50–100 tonnes per year, according to a Russian newspaper Izvestia.