1. Amazon cites loss of GBP272m in quarterly report
  2. Jason Holt scoops prestigious Enterprise Award
  3. Online voting open for BJA Member Awards 2014
  4. The Gold Price Dropped $7.00 to Close $1,210.50
  5. Silver price on 24/10/14 £343.209 per KG
  6. VIDEO: NAG Security Conference - Michael Rawlinson's view
  7. The Gold Price Rose 0.35 Percent Closing at $1,233.60
  8. Government injects millions into fighting fakes
  9. Palladium price on 24/10/14 £15.704 per GM
  10. The Gold Price Rose Back to $1,244 Up $5.70 on the Comex
  11. NPA welcomes two East Midlands Member Ambassadors
  12. Silver and Gold Prices are Steadily Advancing with the Gold Price Closing Up at $1,244.10
  13. The Gold Price Lost $6.20 Today Ending at $1,244.80
  14. The Gold Price Fell $1.20 this Week Ending at $1,214.10
  15. Jason Holt wins award for commitment to apprenticeships
  16. Fairtrade gold jewellery launched in Switzerland
  17. Brazen Studios plots own label collection
  18. The Gold Price Rose $4.20 to $1,221.00 on Comex
  19. CW Sellors to open festive pop-up at Chatsworth
  20. The Gold Price Remains Oversold Adding $3.40 Closing Today at $1,217.50
  21. Click and Collect to hit GBP3bn festive high
  22. Gold Price Sprang Up $14.50 or 1.19% Percent to $1,206.70
  23. The Gold Price Has Progressed Up into its September Trading Channel Closing at $1,240.50
  24. Silver and Gold Prices Higher with the Gold Price Closing at $1,229.30
  25. Gold price on 24/10/14 (PM) £24.622 per GM
  26. Voting now open for BJA membership awards
  27. Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair celebrates 2014 success
  28. The Gold Price Rose $7.00 Closing at $1,241.00
  29. Rhodium price on 24/10/14 £24.724 per GM
  30. Fairtrade Gold launches in Switzerland
  31. The Gold Price Rose $2.60 Today on Comex and Ended at $1,221.20
  32. The Gold Price Climbed Over Two Crucial Resistance Levels this Week Closing at $1,238.30
  33. The Gold Price Lost 40 Cents to Close at $1,214.20
  34. Silver and Gold Prices Rose with the Gold Price Up 0.34 Percent at $1,214.60
  35. IN PICTURES: Retail Jeweller's Inspiring Independents 2014
  36. Exclusive: Houlden Group links up with JWB for Bridal Design Awards
  37. Ruthenium price on 24/10/14 £1.165 per GM
  38. 'Groundbreaking' Matrix 8 lands in UK market
  39. The Gold Price Gained $1.50 Closing Comex at $1,216.80
  40. The Gold Price Rose a Sizzling $19.30 Today to Close at $1,224.60
  41. Endless Jewelry signs deal with Lotus F1 Team
  42. The Gold Price Closed $5.00 Higher Closing on the Comex at $1,211.70
  43. The Gold Price Closed Down $16.30 Today Closing at $1,228.50
  44. Platinum price on 24/10/14 £25.119 per GM
  45. Badboy Jewellery expands into first retail store
  46. RJ calls time on Barometer feature
  47. Goldsmiths Centre opens Setting Out applications
  48. Richemont wins High Court fight against fakes
  49. Silver and Gold Prices Lower with the Gold Price Closing at $1,218.60
  50. 2015 UK Jewellery Awards now open for entries
  51. Imogen Belfield shines with Canadian launch
  52. Gemvision releases Matrix Version 8
  53. Costs continue to quell employment expansion
  54. EC One named RJ’s most Inspiring Independent
  55. The Gold Price Closed at $1,205.30 then Shot Up $18.30 in the Aftermarket to $1,223.60
  56. The Gold Price Closed Down $7.10 this Week Ending at $1,231.20
  57. Endless drives marketing with Lotus F1 sponsorship
  58. The Gold Price Went Over the Cliff $22.00 to End at $1,192.20
  59. Iridium price on 24/10/14 £11.655 per GM
  60. The Gold Price Rose $28.80 this Week or 2.4 Percent to Close at $1,221
  61. Lulu Winter rebrands and launches new website
  62. Gold price on 24/10/14 (AM) £24.691 per GM
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