Agnico CEO Says Ignore Anti-Gold Wall Street Rhetoric, Sees Signs Of A Turn In Gold

Today Agnico Eagle CEO, Sean Boyd, told King World News that he is seeing signs of a turn in the gold market and investors should ignore anti-gold rhetoric from Wall Street. Sean Boyd:  “You’ve got to have some gold exposure because when the turn does come, things can move very quickly and quite dramatically in a short time.  So you’ve got to be positioned (ahead of the turn).  I think that’s paramount…

Stan Druckenmiller And Bill Fleckenstein On The War In Gold, Central Bank Lunacy And China’s $30 Trillion Problem

With the Dow surging and gold and silver continuing to consolidate recent gains, one of the greats in the business sent King World News a fantastic piece about the war in gold, Stan Druckenmiller’s comments at Jim Grant’s conference, central bank lunacy and China’s $30 trillion problem, plus a bonus Q&A that includes questions about the gold market.



Royal Gold Announces Fourth Quarter Dividend

[Business Wire] – Royal Gold, Inc. , today announced that its Board of Directors has declared its fourth quarter dividend of US$0.22 per share of common stock. The dividend is payable on October 16, 2015, to shareholders of record at the close of business on October 2, 2015.



Jihadists attack Iraq's largest oil refinery

Islamic State militants on Saturday launched suicide attacks against the Baiji oil refinery, Iraq’s largest, a senior army officer said. “Today Daesh (an Arab acronym for IS) launched an attack against the Baiji oil refinery,” said a major general from Salaheddin province, in which Baiji is located. Two were killed but one managed to blow himself up,” the army officer said. The army officer said 20 jihadist fighters were killed

Obama touts clean energy in bid to restore U.S. leadership in Caribbean

By Matt Spetalnick KINGSTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama met with Jamaica’s prime minister on Thursday, announcing a major clean energy partnership ahead of a Caribbean summit where he hopes to reassert U.S. leadership in the region at a time when oil-producing Venezuela’s economic clout may be receding. The White House used the occasion to announce a major step towards healing its five-decades-old rift with Cuba, saying the State Department

Japan to pledge 20% greenhouse gas cut

Japan will promise to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent from 2013 levels ahead of a global summit on climate change this year, a report said Thursday, despite uncertainty over post-Fukushima energy policy. The government will likely announce the new target at the Group of Seven (G7) summit in June in Germany, the leading business daily Nikkei reported, citing unnamed government sources. In a separate report, Kyodo News