1. The Gold Price Climbed $4.00 to $1,312.80
  2. The Gold Price Closed Down at $1,229.90
  3. Iridium price on 16/09/14 £12.121 per GM
  4. Silver and Gold Prices Seem Determined to Hold on Here
  5. The Gold Price Sits on the Buying Opportunity of 2014
  6. Gold Price Closed at $1233.60 Up $3.70
  7. Fairtrade announces formal consultation process on aligning its Standard for Gold with international sourcing regulations
  8. Silver price on 16/09/14 £370.923 per KG
  9. MyFlashTrash aims to take on Etsy with the launch of MyFlashTrash Mall
  10. Carat* reveals new collections and shop-in-shop openings
  11. The Gold Price Gave Up $6.80 on the Comex Closing at $1.297.70
  12. Pandora signs Japanese distribution deal
  13. Footfall dips in August despite rise in sales
  14. IN PICTURES: Rock Vault SS15
  15. New Assay Office Birmingham construction well underway
  16. Grace & Co to open second Pandora concept store
  17. All is in Place for a September Gold Price Rally
  18. Gerald Ratner to headline UK Jewellery Conference
  19. CMJ reveals keynote speakers for October Business Conference
  20. Gold price on 16/09/14 (PM) £24.439 per GM
  21. Gem-A announces new sponsors for Conference 2014
  22. The Gold Price Lost $4.40 this Week Closing at $1,304.50
  23. Ruthenium price on 16/09/14 £1.254 per GM
  24. The Gold Price Lost $13.10 Closing at 1252.70
  25. Shop vacancy rates decline in first half of 2014 although North/South divide remains
  26. Cookson Gold unveils new format website
  27. Rhodium price on 16/09/14 £25.351 per GM
  28. London’s Dazzle contemporary jewellery selling exhibition returns to gallery@oxo
  29. Jo Henderson launches jewellery consultancy firm
  30. Palladium price on 16/09/14 £16.606 per GM
  31. The Gold Price Climbed $1.10 to Close at $1,313.90
  32. Carat* signs five shop-in-shops at positive IJL
  33. Gold price on 16/09/14 (AM) £24.618 per GM
  34. The Gold Price Closed Above it's 200 Day Moving Average at $1,288.70
  35. The Gold Price Dropped $19.70 to $1,273.70 Good Day for Buyers
  36. The Gold Price Closed Unchanged at $1,285.80
  37. September is Nearly Always a Supremely Strong Month for Silver and Gold Prices
  38. The Gold Price Lost $3.30 to Close at $1,243.50
  39. Cookson Gold launches new multi-platform website
  40. The Gold Price Gave Back a Lethargic $3.80 to Close at $1,265.10
  41. New Birmingham Assay Office building taking shape
  42. Mococo answers call for affordable bridal range
  43. Gem-A confirms sponsors for 2014 conference
  44. Fairtrade seeks industry input to improve Standard
  45. Buddha to Buddha sponsor the IWC Class 1 World Powerboat Championships
  46. Gold Silver Ratio is not Confirming Lower Prices in Gold and Silver
  47. Silver and Gold Prices Closed Lower with Gold Ending at $1,237.40
  48. The Gold Price Reached $1,291.90 Today, Falling Back to Close Comex at $1,283.80
  49. The Gold Price Closed Lower at $1,246.80
  50. Benevolent Beards launches hunt for 10 diamonds
  51. Platinum price on 16/09/14 £27.042 per GM
  52. Gemworld Munich 2014 approaches
  53. Former Alfred Terry employee revives collections
  54. Dazzle plots return to London's gallery@oxo
  55. Pandora secures Japanese distribution partnership
  56. Gold Price has Traded Out into the Nose of an Even Sided Triangle Since July
  57. The Gold Price Dropped $2.60 Closing at $1,295.10
  58. My Flash Trash to take on Etsy with Mall platform
  59. Silver and Gold Might Give Us a Chance to Buy at Lower Levels
  60. WGC plans push for China gold market and demand
  61. Gold Price Made a V-Bottom Overnight at $1258
  62. Silver and Gold Prices Have Both Reached Their Line in the Sand
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