Gold recycling shines bright.

July 12, 2024

Business news, Non-Ferrous metals recycling. Asian consumers selling jewellery is boosting gold recycling performance. The global gold recycling sector experienced a notable surge in the first quarter of 2024. Volumes rose by 12%, according to recent data from the World Gold Council. A substantial portion…Read More

Yellow Gold Is Back.

June 26, 2024

Brands see the trend gaining in popularity throughout. A display of three Hublot watches, all the same, but in small, medium and large. The watches have black faces and black bands but the faces are encased in bright yellow gold. Hublot released 10 timepieces in…Read More

Global gold demand stays strong, supporting record-high prices.

June 13, 2024

The World Gold Council’s Q1 2024 Gold Demand Trends report reveals that total global gold demand (inclusive of OTC purchases) was up 3% year-on-year to 1,238t, marking the strongest first quarter since 2016. Demand excluding OTC fell 5% to 1,102t in Q1 compared to the…Read More

Greatland Gold granted new exploration licence.

June 6, 2024

Greatland Gold plc has announced that it has been granted a new Exploration Licence E52/4342 covering 134 km2 as the inaugural tenement in the Mt Egerton Project in Victoria, Australia. New gold-copper exploration project established in the Gascoyne region, located 230 km north of the…Read More

The thinnest gold leaf as thick as only one atom.

May 10, 2024

Scientists have created the world’s thinnest gold leaf, which is just a single atom thick, dubbed “goldene”. To make goldene, the team employed a 100-year-old technique used by Japanese iron smiths to isolate single layers of the precious metal. Goldene is the latest 2D material…Read More