Egon von Greyerz – Coronavirus, Unprecedented Wealth Destruction And What To Expect In 2020

As the world edges closer to the next crisis, today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE and historic moves in currencies and metals spoke with King World News about the Coronavirus and its impact on markets, gold, silver, stocks, and what to expect in 2020. He also warned that the world is going to see unprecedented wealth destruction.



Seabridge Gold Drilling Confirms Major Extension of KSM's Deep Kerr Deposit

[PR Newswire] – TORONTO, Aug. 26, 2015 /CNW/ – Seabridge Gold today announced that this year’s first drill results from the Deep Kerr deposit at its 100% owned KSM Project in northwestern British Columbia have confirmed a substantial expansion of the deposit in an area being evaluated for low cost, underground block cave mining. Hole K-15-49 intercepted 483 meters averaging 0.43 g/T gold and 0.56% copper including a 250 meter



Chevron's South African unit offers to supply diesel to Eskom

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Oil firm Chevron said on Friday it has offered to supply South Africa’s electricity firm Eskom with excess diesel from its Cape Town refinery, to help run some of its generators. Steve Hegarty, the general manager for strategy at the oil major’s South African unit told parliament’s trade and industry committee that Chevron was able to produce diesel and store some supplies for the struggling power

Anti-IS raids on Syria kill 2,000 since September: monitor

At least 2,000 people, mostly Islamic State group jihadists, have been killed in Syria by a US-led air campaign in the past seven months, a monitoring group said Thursday. “At least 1,922 fighters from IS, mostly foreigners, have been killed since September 23, 2014 in raids and aerial attacks by the international coalition on IS positions and oil refineries” throughout Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The toll

Exxon Mobil to pay $5.07 million for 2013 Arkansas oil spill

Exxon Mobil Corp has agreed to pay $5.07 million to resolve allegations it violated the federal Clean Water Act and state environmental laws in connection with a 2013 oil spill in Arkansas, the U.S. Department of Justice and Environmental Protection Agency said on Wednesday. The March 29, 2013 spill occurred after the rupture of Exxon’s Pegasus pipeline, causing about 3,190 barrels, or 134,000 gallons, of oil to flow through a