Used in Buddhist rituals, the shining foil decorating pagodas is about 30 times thinner than a human hair.
How thin is it?
Human skin is about .07 inches thick. The thickness of a sheet of paper is, on average, about Continue reading →
The gold industry has come together, convened by LBMA (LBMA is the world’s independent authority for precious metals and sets standards that uphold trust in the precious metals markets) and and World Gold Council, to sign a Declaration of Responsibility Continue reading →
The Gold Standard was a system under which nearly all countries fixed the value of their currencies in terms of a specified amount of gold, or linked their currency to that of a country which did so. Domestic currencies were Continue reading →
The acquisition is expected to deliver the company a coveted foothold in the North and South America.
Gold Fields to Be World’s Fourth Biggest Gold Miner By Output
Leading South African miner Gold Fields Ltd. is set to become the Continue reading →
In China, gold is often gifted to younger members of the family for special occasions, and there is a tradition of giving gold to new born babies in the form of tiny necklaces or bracelets.Gold also has a special Continue reading →