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  Is the US Dollar Too Strong?
The U.S. dollar is on a roll. Even as the American economy shows signs of cooling, the greenback has soared against major currencies. An index of the dollar versus other major currencies is trading around a two-decade high. But a Goldman Sachs analyst says there are signs that the dollar’s rise is in its “later innings,” as it nears extreme levels against currencies like the Japanese yen or the British pound.
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  Oil Demand Set to Grow Sharply Next Year, IEA says
Global oil demand growth will rebound strongly next year as China eases COVID lockdowns, the International Energy Agency said, adding that an economic slowdown will pause growth only briefly at the end of this year.
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  J.P. Morgan Says These 2 ‘Strong Buy’ Energy Stocks Can Beat the Market
We’re getting toward the tail end of the year, and it’s time to start deciding just how to allocate the portfolio for a solid year-end return. In a recent note from JPMorgan, focused on the energy sector, 5-star analyst Arun Jayaram recommended oil and gas producers as likely to beat the overall markets going forward.
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  Uranium Prices on the Rise
Uranium prices have been on the rise up 22.5% over the past year. With energy supplies uncertain the larger economies – Germany, France, Japan etc. are ramping up alternative energy sources. Nuclear plants are suddenly in vogue again – David Chapman
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  Gold Prices: Record Highs Or Abnormal Lows?
VIDEO: Markets are down this week after higher than expected inflation figures. This has lead to increased chatter about why gold prices are "so low." Are they? CPM Group's Jeffrey Christian explores this question, and shows that gold prices are not low, but are in fact at historic highs.
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GOLD: It Was Good While It Lasted

Special Report: The golden age of near-zero inflation and interest rates is over, and we are paying the price for living in a fool’s paradise since money is no longer free. After fooling themselves and the public on successfully wrestling inflation to the ground, central banks are now riding to the rescue, lifting interest rates to subdue inflation. Gold has declined 6% in the past year despite major geopolitical upheavals and soaring inflation. Yet looking more closely, gold has been an effective hedge, in terms of other currencies. Gold analyst John Ing lists his Buy/Hold/Sell recommendations for Agnico Eagle, B2Gold, Barrick Gold, Centamin PLC, Centerra Gold, Eldorado Gold, IAMGold, Kinross Gold, Lundin Gold, McEwen Mining, New Gold, Newmont and Yamana Gold.
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  Investing In Our Oceans
Like all investors, those who are focused on sustainability are looking for ways to hedge inflation and deliver long-term value in today’s economy. Two new exchange-traded funds stand out.
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  Chevron: Good Capital Gains to 2025-2027
Chevron registered solid growth for the first half of the year and is well positioned for the near term. CVX has a robust dividend yield, and ongoing stock buybacks and dividend growth ought to enhance its long-term total-return potential.
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  Algonquin Power: High, Safe Yield with Locked-In Growth
Stocks of acquisition-minded companies typically trade at what I call a “show me” discount: Whatever promises management makes about earnings and dividend growth, operating numbers will have to show it before the share price will rise, states Roger Conrad, editor Conrad’s Utility Investor.
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World’s Top 5 Diamond-Producing Countries

Despite having a reputation for being used in jewelry, 80% of mined diamonds are used for research and industrial purposes because of their toughness and shine. Here are the world’s top 5 diamond-producing countries.
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  Which Countries Produce the Most Wheat?
Wheat is a dietary staple for millions of people around the world. After rice and corn (maize), wheat is the third most-produced cereal worldwide. Which countries are the largest producers of wheat? Here’s the breakdown of 20 years of global wheat production by country.
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  Goldman Sees Strong Case for
Higher Oil Prices Despite Negative Shocks

Wheat is a dietary staple for millions of people around the world. After rice and corn (maize), wheat is the third most-produced cereal worldwide. Which countries are the largest producers of wheat? Here’s the breakdown of 20 years of global wheat production by country.
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  What Does A Global Recession Mean for Precious Metals?
The theory of owning bullion-priced physical precious metals is as a form of ‘wealth insurance’ to counteract declines in the value of paper assets such as stocks, bonds, and currencies. However, this general trend does not occur instantaneously. A look back at what happened to gold and silver prices during the Great Recession can provide a good roadmap of where they may be headed this time around in the short to medium time frame – Patrick Heller, Liberty’s Outlook.
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The Rise in Silver Imports Suggests
a Revival in Indian Investment Demand

Over the last two months, India’s silver bullion imports have staged a strong recovery. Imports in the first six months are 26% higher than 2021 full-year imports. Research suggests that this could signal a revival in India’s investment demand, which has been subdued over the last two years – Metals Focus
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  Mexico's Pemex Expects Rare Annual Profit
Mexican state oil company Pemex expects to post a rare annual profit this year, with two consecutive quarters already in the black and a boost to crude output from new fields. If achieved, it will be Pemex's first annual profit in more than a decade.
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  Ukraine Grain Exports Down 47% so far in 2022/23 Season
Ukraine's grain exports in the first 26 days of July, the first month of the 2022/23 season, were down 47% year on year at 1.23 million tonnes.
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  Global oil production averaged 89.8 million barrels of oil per day in 2021. Here are the world's largest oil producers.
Ukraine's grain exports in the first 26 days of July, the first month of the 2022/23 season, were down 47% year on year at 1.23 million tonnes.
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Using Alternative Energy for
Business Can Bring Tax Benefits

There’s also a valuable federal income tax benefit that applies to the acquisition of many types of alternative energy property: the business energy credit. The credit is intended primarily for business users. But be aware that other energy tax breaks apply if you use alternative energy in your home or if you produce energy for sale.
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  Top Producer Albemarle Risks Shutting German Plant if EU Declares Lithium a Hazard
Top lithium producer Albemarle Corp may have to shut its Langelsheim plant in Germany if the metal used in electric vehicle batteries is declared a hazardous material by the European Union.
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Gold Stock News

Featured Articles Inside This Issue:

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    Gold, Silver and PGM Price Forecasts for 2022 – 2022 is likely to be a positive year for all the major traded precious metals with the exception, perhaps, of palladium which, in my opinion, had risen too far too fast over much of the past couple of years. Forecasters continue to predict great things ahead for silver, but noted gold authority, Lawrie Williams fails to agree. Williams gives his year-end price forecasts for Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium.

  • Gold: It Is Not So Different This Time – Gold will retain its traditional safe-haven role in a seemingly risky era. The biggest driver will be inflation and its effect on the dollar and interest rates. Gold looks particularly cheap in an overvalued world. Here’s Buy/Sell recommendations for Agnico-Eagle Mines, B2Gold Corp, Barrick Gold, Centerra Gold, Eldorado Gold, IAMGold, Kinross Gold, Lundin Gold, New Gold Inc., Newmont Corp and Yamana Gold by John R. Ing, President & CEO, Maison Placements Canada.

  • Precious Metals Forecast – Gold could reach new highs in 2022, forecasts Heraeus Precious Metals. Gold remains a safe haven and an insurance against geopolitical risks; the risk of persistently high inflation is also positive for gold. Silver likely to outperform Gold. The world’s largest precious metals service provider gives detailed forecasts, trading range and commentary for Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, Ruthenium and Iridium.

  • Gold Cycles – Noted gold authority, David Chapman gives his analysis for gold in 2022. Chapman notes that years ending in two are generally positive. His 10-Year Gold Cycle table indicates 4 up and only one down since gold became free trading in the 1970s. There are a number of positive signs suggesting gold could enjoy a good up year in 2022 against the background of potential stagflation and political unrest, says Chapman.

  • Gold Stock News Strategies – Top Stock Picks, Trading Strategies, and Analysis for precious metals investors in 2022 by the nation’s leading newsletter editors, portfolio managers, and analysts.

  • Observations, Forecasts & News – Gold price forecasts by analysts, mutual fund managers and bullion trading firms. Links to Special Reports offering forecasts for gold, battery raw materials, copper, aluminium, zinc, and nickel for 2022 by commodity experts. An observation on Russian stockpiling of gold.

Pentagon to Boost Rare Earths and Lithium Stockpiles

The Pentagon plans to boost the stockpile of rare earth minerals, cobalt and lithium it manages for the U.S. government to reduce its long-term dependence on China.
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Sugar Prices to Fall, Small Surplus seen in 2022/23

Raw sugar is forecast to end this year with an annual loss of nearly 6% with the global market set to shift into a surplus in the 2022/23 season, a Reuters poll of 10 traders and analysts showed.
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Rare Earths Elements:
Where in the World Are They?

Rare earth elements are a group of 17 elements that are critical ingredients for a greener economy, and the location of the reserves for mining are increasingly important and valuable. features data from the United States Geological Society which reveals the countries with the largest known reserves of rare earth elements (REEs).
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  Silver Rush Creates Silver Scams
The Chinese are blowing up the web selling fake silver dollars. Anti-Counterfeiting Educational Foundation warns of surge in fake “silver” coins offered online.
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Cost of Gold
the Year You Were Born

Stacker compiled a list of the price of gold every year since 1920. Stacker mined data from Kitco and Bureau of Labor Statistics to show how the price of gold has changed over a century, and how gold has impacted society along the way. Included for each year: Average closing price; U.S. primary gold production; U.S. secondary gold productions; U.S. gold net exports; Historic photos.
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The Resource Investor NewsWire

Torex Gold Reports Positive Drilling Results at ELG Underground

Torex Gold Resources reported positive assay results from the Company’s ongoing drill program at the El Limón Guajes underground mine, including zones referred to as Sub-Sill and El Limón Deep (“ELD”) (collectively the “ELG Underground”). The latest drilling results support the Company’s strategic priority to optimize and extend the mine life of ELG Underground beyond current reserves.
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Teck and Agnico Eagle Announce Agreement on the San Nicolás Copper-Zinc Project located in Zacatecas, Mexico

Agnico Eagle Mines and Teck Resources announced that Agnico Eagle has agreed to subscribe for a 50% interest in Minas de San Nicolás, S.A.P.I. de C.V. As a result of the Transaction, Teck and Agnico Eagle will become 50/50 joint venture partners at San Nicolás.
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Great Panther Mining Receives
Delisting Notice from NYSE American

As a result of the filing of a notice of intention to make a proposal under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada), Great Panther’s common shares will be delisted from the NYSE American LLC. Trading of the Shares has been halted.
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