Renewables get EU regulatory boost

The European Commission, European Union’s (EU) regulatory arm, has revised its renewable energy law to set targets for using sustainable fuels in transport, heating, and cooling.

Gold price charts: Frank Holmes on metal’s golden cross

The gold price achieved a third consecutive week of increases as the yield on the 10-year Treasury dipped below 1.3% for the first time since February, writes US Global Investors CEO and CIO Frank Holmes in a blog post late last week.

Copper supply gap to emerge in second half of the decade, new report says

After hitting a new record of $4.88 per lb. on May 10, LME cash copper prices are expected to average $4.20 per lb. in 2021 and $3.96 per lb. in 2022, according to the inaugural edition of Critical Metals for a Sustainable World, a new monthly publication by Capitalight Research.

Gold, silver posting price gains ahead of FOMC minutes

Gold and silver prices are higher in early U.S. trading Tuesday, ahead of the most important U.S. data point of the week: the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee minutes that are out at 2:00 p.m. EDT this afternoon.