1. The Gold Price Reached $1,291.90 Today, Falling Back to Close Comex at $1,283.80
  2. B&N unveils new Holts Academy student ring set
  3. Charity auction at IJL raises more than GBP3,200
  4. The Gold Price Lost 40 Cents Closing at $1,308.50
  5. NAG unveils new Ensure Insurance Replacement Scheme at IJL
  6. The Gold Price Added $4.10 to Close at $1,310.80 Today
  7. Ruthenium price on 02/09/14 £1.294 per GM
  8. Silver and Gold Might Give Us a Chance to Buy at Lower Levels
  9. Failed deliveries cost retailers GBP771m in 2014
  10. The Gold Price Closed Down $3.40 at $1,294.90
  11. Gold price on 02/09/14 (PM) £24.667 per GM
  12. The Gold Price Closed Above it's 200 Day Moving Average at $1,288.70
  13. Palladium price on 02/09/14 £17.257 per GM
  14. Retail optimism soars to highest level since 2002
  15. Platinum price on 02/09/14 £27.471 per GM
  16. The Gold Price Lost $4.40 this Week Closing at $1,304.50
  17. The Gold Price Climbed $4.00 to $1,312.80
  18. Silver and Gold Prices have Turned Up Either After One More Little Low or Immediately
  19. Industry backs Fairtrade Foundation bridal push
  20. Pandora lines up new CEO
  21. Rhodium price on 02/09/14 £25.93 per GM
  22. IMAGE GALLERY: Esoteric Luxury debuts new Mayan-inspired Yucatan collection at IJL
  23. Gold price on 02/09/14 (AM) £24.861 per GM
  24. IJL charity auction raises over £3k for Breast Cancer Care
  25. Signet UK Q2 store sales "best in seven years"
  26. Today at IJL
  27. September is Nearly Always a Supremely Strong Month for Silver and Gold Prices
  28. The Gold Price Closed Unchanged at $1,285.80
  29. Gold Price has Traded Out into the Nose of an Even Sided Triangle Since July
  30. Silver and Gold Prices Seem Determined to Hold on Here
  31. Shetland Jewellery crafts locket to feed the world
  32. The Gold Price Sits on the Buying Opportunity of 2014
  33. IJL opens its doors at a new venue
  34. Silver and Gold Prices Have Both Reached Their Line in the Sand
  35. Gem-A launches CSR course for jewellery industry
  36. The Gold Price Sprang $22.70 Clearing Two Resistance Levels to Close at $1,306.70
  37. The Gold Price Gave Up $6.80 on the Comex Closing at $1.297.70
  38. The Gold Price Could Drop to $1,260 Without Violating it's Reigning Uptrend
  39. Links of London brings everyday luxe to IJL
  40. Theo Fennell launches new website
  41. Brands and buyers praise new venue at upbeat IJL show
  42. The Gold Price Lost $13.60 Closing at $1,281.30
  43. Waiting list now in operation for PJ Hot 100
  44. Hot Diamonds independent sales up 118%
  45. The Gold Price Dropped $2.60 Closing at $1,295.10
  46. BJA and NAG confirm unification with Together We’re Stronger message
  47. Silver price on 02/09/14 £372.498 per KG
  48. Endless announces partnership with Jennifer Lopez
  49. The Gold Price Leapt Up $12.30 to $1,293.60
  50. Tiffany European store sales dip 5% in H1 results
  51. Iridium price on 02/09/14 £12.33 per GM
  52. All is in Place for a September Gold Price Rally
  53. The Gold Price Lost $5.60 Today Closing at $1,287.70
  54. The Gold Price Climbed $1.10 to Close at $1,313.90
  55. The Gold Price Dropped $19.70 to $1,273.70 Good Day for Buyers
  56. BJA and NAG hosting consultation period for merger
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