1. Gold price on 21/11/14 (PM) £24.707 per GM
  2. Hanley Potteries Beaverbrooks targeted in axe raid
  3. Iridium price on 21/11/14 £9.968 per GM
  4. Harriet Kelsall apprentice wins gold at World Skills UK competition final
  5. Catherine Jones of Cambridge appoints brand ambassadors
  6. The Gold Price Lost $2.00 to Close on the Comex at $1,167.40
  7. Online sales positive ahead of Christmas says IMRG
  8. Boticca targets Christmas spend with #GiftAStory
  9. The Gold Price Closed Down $2 at $1,183
  10. Silver and Gold Prices are Severely Oversold
  11. Dinny Hall launches new collection
  12. Vacancy rates increase as footfall drops in October
  13. Price per carat rises 11% in Gemfields auction
  14. EXCLUSIVE: Buyers Power List links up with Jewellery & Watch Birmingham
  15. Silver and Gold Prices Have Found their Feet, the Gold Price Must Hold $1,145
  16. The Gold Price Lost 2.14 Percent to Close at $1,198.10
  17. Artcurial lines up Deco jewels for year-end sale
  18. Silver and Gold Prices Moved Sideways Today with the Gold Price Ending at $1,161.10
  19. The Gold Price Closed at $1,158.90 Down $3.90
  20. Refurbed jewellers grow sales 5.3% at Centre:MK
  21. Endless reveals first Jennifer Lopez campaign image
  22. Gold Price Closed Up $23.90 or 2.1 Percent to $1,185.00, Silver Price Outshone Rising 69.3 cents or 4.64 Percent
  23. Gemworld Munich lives up to expectations
  24. EXCLUSIVE: Justice shuts Bath store as parent company Justice of Bath Ltd is liquidated
  25. Watchwarehouse launches new website
  26. Boticca launches #GiftaStory campaign
  27. Marco Bicego UK presence grows to 43 doors
  28. Rhodium price on 21/11/14 £24.12 per GM
  29. Gemworld Munich 2014 draws 6,000 trade guests
  30. The Gold Price Closed at $1,190.70
  31. Silver and Gold Prices Free Fell Today with the Gold Price Losing $22.00 Closing at $1,145.40
  32. Domino presents capsule Christmas collection
  33. The Gold Price Rose Back to $1,244 Up $5.70 on the Comex
  34. The Gold Price Lost $2.10 Closing at $1,229.10
  35. IN PICTURES: Good Results SS15 press day
  36. Domino releases Christmas capsule collection
  37. Monica Vinader forecasts GBP14m turnover for 2014
  38. Gold Price Live iPhone App
  39. Raymond Weil presents a new special edition watch
  40. Platinum price on 21/11/14 £25.245 per GM
  41. Ruthenium price on 21/11/14 £1.198 per GM
  42. The Gold Price Ranged from $1,222.20 to $1,235.50 Ending Up at $1,229.20
  43. F. Hinds returns to Bristol
  44. Justice calls creditors meeting
  45. The Gold Price Lost $6.20 Today Ending at $1,244.80
  46. On the Comex the Gold Price Dove $27.00 to End at $1,171.10
  47. Palladium price on 21/11/14 £16.296 per GM
  48. Rio Tinto marks Participation Agreement milestone
  49. The Gold Price Lost $4.90 Today Closing at $1,224.30
  50. The Gold Price Closed Down $16.30 Today Closing at $1,228.50
  51. The Gold Price Closed Down $7.10 this Week Ending at $1,231.20
  52. Shore Projects enters Liberty for Christmas
  53. Signet appoints first chief information officer
  54. The Gold Price Rose $7.00 Closing at $1,241.00
  55. IN PICTURES: Vogue Talents 2014 winner opens London flagship
  56. Five men arrested following Argyll Arcade raid
  57. Endless reveals Jennifer Lopez campaign shoot
  58. Gold price on 21/11/14 (AM) £24.484 per GM
  59. 88 Rue du Rhone produces limited edition Mad Men watch
  60. F Hinds returns to Bristol for 112th store opening
  61. The Gold Price Rose $6.80 Closing at $1,197.50
  62. The Gold Price Fell $1.80 to $1,169.30, Silver Rose to $16.18
  63. The Gold Price Lost $10 Closing at $1,159.60
  64. The Gold Price Closed Up 1.16 Percent at $1,196.70
  65. Silver price on 21/11/14 £332.985 per KG
  66. This was the Week that the Gold Price Bottomed, at Least for Now
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