1. Palladium price on 22/05/15 £15.925 per GM
  2. Rhodium price on 22/05/15 £22.473 per GM
  3. TH March comments on Hatton Garden raid case
  4. Silver price on 22/05/15 £353.336 per KG
  5. IN PICTURES: Pandora launches Rose Collection
  6. VIDEO: NAG hosts Members’ Day on unification
  7. Gold Price Lost $3.50 or 0.3 Percent Closing at $1,198.00
  8. De Beers seeks expressions of interest for Kimberley Mines
  9. Gold Price Lost $9.40 or 0.78 Percent Closing at $1,193.50
  10. EC One Open Call seeks entries
  11. The Gold Price Slipped $16 or 1.3 Percent to Close at $1,186.90
  12. Gold Price Lost $27.40 Closing Down at $1,182.40
  13. Ruthenium price on 22/05/15 £1.037 per GM
  14. The Gold Price Rose $7.50 Closing Above its 50 Day Moving Average at $1,194.40
  15. Little Gems exhibition to return to Sheffield
  16. VIDEO: QVC AW15 press day
  17. Price of Gold Closed up $6.40 or 0.54 Percent to $1193.20
  18. GVUK launches new website
  19. Platinum price on 22/05/15 £23.67 per GM
  20. Trollbeads unveils new designs
  21. Houlden reveals further details of Summer Getaway
  22. BREAKING NEWS: Met police arrest seven suspects in Hatton Garden raid case
  23. Gold Price Rose $9.40 Today Closing at $1,202.90
  24. The Gold Price Closed $19.20 Lower on Comex at $1,175.20
  25. Two further arrests made in Hatton Garden raid case
  26. NAG's EDF confirms more speakers
  27. Clogau chairman takes on City Three Peaks challenge
  28. 11 Technical Reasons Silver and Gold Prices can Continue Rallying
  29. Gold Price Lost 10 cent on the Comex Closing at $1,204.00
  30. Eight charged over Hatton Garden heist
  31. Iridium price on 22/05/15 £12.073 per GM
  32. New Technology Day event for designers
  33. Gold Price Leapt $25.80 (2.16%) to close at $1,218.40 - Silver Price Doubled that, Up 4.22%
  34. Gold Price Rose $4.90 or 0.04 Percent Today Closing at $1,202.90
  35. WB The Creative Jewellery Group gains RJC certification
  36. IN PICS: Links of London supports Chelsea in Bloom
  37. Eight men remanded in custody over Hatton Garden raid
  38. Historic Scotland to sell I Love a Lassie Portcullis collection
  39. IN PICTURES: Visitors enjoy Assay Office Birmingham open day
  40. Gold Price Lost $20.90 or 1.7 Percent Closing at $1,206.90
  41. Bering launches special edition charity watch
  42. New Connoisseurs UK website goes live
  43. Gold Price Closed at $1,182.40 down 0.66 Percent or $7.6
  44. Jeremy France Jewellers Harriet France cuts hair for charity
  45. Gold Price Closed up 0.79% to $1,192.60 Silver Price Closed up 1.3% to $16.51
  46. Gold price on 22/05/15 (PM) £24.958 per GM
  47. Police appeal for information on £30k jewellery and watch theft
  48. Holts London donates diamond for cystic fibrosis charity
  49. The Gold Price Punched Through it's 20 and 50 Day Moving Averages Closing Up at $1,203.30
  50. Silver and Gold Prices Will Run Out of Gas Here, Tomorrow, or They Will Bust Through and Keep Rolling
  51. Gold Price Added $2.30 (0.19%) to close at $1,227.80
  52. The Gold Price Fell $4.50 or 0.4 Percent to $1,204.40
  53. Gold Price Closed Down 70 cents or 0.1 Percent for the Week
  54. Endless doubles manufacturing capacity to meet demand
  55. Gold price on 22/05/15 (AM) £24.851 per GM
  56. Price of Gold Closed up $12.30 or 1.05 Percent to $1186.80
  57. Gold Price Surged Another $10.70 or 0.9 Percent to Close Comex at $1,214
  58. Sheldon Bloomfield unveils new-look website
  59. Gold Price Closed Down $2.90 or 0.24 Percent to $1190.30
  60. Gold Price Rose $2.00 Closing at $1,208.90
  61. The Gold Price Backed Off $3.80 or 0.3 Percent Closing at $1,209.80
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