Sell in May and go away. Gold investors seem have taken this financial maxim to heart, and have been dumping gold like never before.
Last month’s panic-selling saw the yellow metal crash through several support levels and crash-land at $1,335 per troy ounce on Tuesday, April 16.
The Public Interest - Friday 10th May 2013.
Hon. David Granger leader of the Opposition Party the APNU speaks with Ms. Malika Ramsey.
This week's discussion focuses on the Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham, his contribution to the struggles of the liberation movements in Southern Africa, and the Oliver Tambo Award.
Painting of the first A350 XWB “MSN001” was today fully completed as it emerged in its Airbus livery out from the paintshop in Toulouse. This latest milestone shows that MSN001 is progressing well on its route to first flight.
A Happy Mother's Day to all of our readers. We dedicate the song below to everyone in the role of Mothers.
We have attached the wonderful lyrics for all to sing or whisper to their mothers.
Jim Brickman A Mother's Love (featuring Mark Masri) Lyrics
Thank you for watching over me
All of the sleepless nights you lay awake
Thank you for knowing when to hold me close
US employment data, as well as currency and inflation moves reported from Asia, have had a dampening effect on the dollar price of gold, but ETP holdings have edged up again, says precious metals broker Sharps Pixley.
Recent economic data from the US have dampened the rebound in gold prices. The US reported that jobless claims fell 4,000 to 323,000 in the week ending 4 May, with the average claims over the past month back to the pre-recession level in 2007. The US consumer sentiment is at a five-year high while payrolls improved again in April. The Chicago Fed however wanted to see a monthly job growth of at least 200,000 continuously for six months before calling a sustainable labour market recovery.
Forbes Burnham planted a thirty-year-old mystery in my nine-ten-year-old head, a true anecdote about how he changed my identity of myself
Some Guyanese are difficult subjects to write on. Forbes Burnham is certainly one of them. We Guyanese all know he is either admired or despised… and we all know that he made it hard for us. My LFB anecdote, I hope, is not about politics, but about a mystery this man left in my nine-ten-year- old head and some other unintended lessons about family bloodlines and racism.
Since reading that thoroughly disturbing article in the news 2 weeks ago about the bodies being dumped in Le Repentir and finding out it's been happening for some time, well...we couldn't sleep until we knew more. So we visited, many times, we've sent made contact with the ministry of health and are still awaiting response, the assistant commissioner of police, Lyken Funeral Parlour and paid a visit to the Mayor and Councillors to ask a few questions.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana — The U.S. government has joined a growing list of international agencies calling on authorities in Guyana to immediately revoke radio frequencies issued to those closely connected to the South American country’s ruling party.
Last month, legislators forced Prime Minister Samuel Hinds to release the list of those allocated frequencies in 2011. It showed the governing party gave itself five frequencies, five to the sister of Cabinet Minister Robert Persaud and five to the best friend of former President Bharrat Jagdeo.
The Washington Diplomat is an independent monthly newspaper with a readership of more than 120,000 that for more than 17 years has served as the flagship publication of the diplomatic community in Washington.
Georgetown, Guyana (PRWEB) May 03, 2013 -Qualfon, a leading business process outsourcing (BPO) and call center service provider, participated in The Washington Diplomat’s report on the call center industry in the South American country of Guyana. Qualfon CEO Mike Marrow was interviewed for its article titled, Guyana Emerges as a Leader In Global Call Center Industry.