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Mouteh mine offers new model for gold processing in Iran: IMIDRO
The Mouteh Gold Mine Complex in Isfahan Province offers a new model for processing the precious metal in the country, said the head of the board of directors of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).
Russia capture Olympiad gold, edging weakened US team 7-5
Russia’s highly rated squad won gold at last week’s 150-nation online Olympiad, yet the US silver medal team could argue that they were moral victors.
‘Enormous’ treasure trove of sixth century gold found in Denmark
One of the biggest treasure troves ever found in Denmark was discovered in the southwest of the country.
Iran building two gold processing plants in eastern province
Two gold processing plants, with a combined capacity of 2.7 million tons per year, will come on stream in South Khorasan Province by the end of the current Iranian year (March 20, 2022), a senior provincial official said.
Iran crowned at Asian para taekwondo championships
The national Iranian para taekwondo team in both men and women's categories have become champions for the sixth year in a row at Asian championships.
Gold steadies as investors weigh slowing virus spread, vaccines
Gold steadied as investors weighed the slowing pace of coronavirus infections, as well as immunization programs globally and the impact on growth. Platinum surged to a fresh-six-year high.
Gold rises with dollar outlook in focus after Yellen weighs in
Gold gained as the dollar eased following commentary on the US currency, the merits of massive stimulus, and the outlook for trade from President-elect Joe Biden‘s cabinet nominees.
Gold halts losing run as investors weigh dollar, Biden stimulus
Gold steadied after the longest run of daily declines since November as investors weighed the impact of a stronger dollar and rise in US Treasury yields against expectations for further massive stimulus.
Gold heads for sixth weekly gain on stimulus outlook, Fed speak
Gold headed for a sixth weekly advance, the longest run since August, as investors focused on the prospect for more stimulus.
Gold roars out of the blocks in 21 as dollar, real yields hurt
Gold powered to the highest level in almost two months above $1,900 an ounce, aided by a weaker dollar, building on the biggest annual advance in a decade. Silver also surged on the first full trading day of the new year, while platinum advanced to its priciest since 2016.
Gold gains on softer dollar; US Senate pandemic aid vote eyed
Gold inched higher on Tuesday as a softer dollar underpinned the metal, with market participants looking forward to a US Senate vote on increased pandemic aid.
Vaccine optimism puts gold on course for worst month in four years
Gold fell on Monday en route to its worst month in four years, as optimism over a coronavirus vaccine-led economic revival prompted investors to buy into traditional risk assets.
Zimbabwe losing $1.5b gold a year to smuggling: Report
A report published on Tuesday by a global research group estimated that cash-strapped Zimbabwe is losing at least $1.5 billion a year through the smuggling of gold, mainly to traders in Dubai.
Gold hits one-week peak as softer dollar, worsening pandemic lift appeal
Gold prices touched a one-week high on Monday propped up by a weaker dollar, while mounting US coronavirus cases escalated concerns of the pandemic's impact on economic recovery underpinning hopes of further monetary stimulus.

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