The Paragon Report Provides Equity Research on Northgate Minerals & Eldorado Gold
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 10, 2011) - Gold miners from across the globe have been feverishly boosting production to match high demand for the precious metal. World Gold Council (WGC) officials argued last month that Gold demand, which dropped in the second quarter of this year, is expected to strengthen by the end of 2011, driven by strong jewelry buying in China and India. The Paragon Report examines investing opportunities in the precious metals sector and provides stock research on Northgate Minerals Corporation (NYSE Amex: NXG) (TSX: NGX) and Eldorado Gold Corporation (NYSE: EGO) (TSX: ELD). Access to the full company reports can be found at:
Credit Suisse raised its 2012 gold price forecast, saying the safe haven metal is a clear beneficiary of the uncertainty and dislocations in financial markets, and has further upside with the crises set to continue. "Given that many of the factors that have underpinned the rapid increase -- most importantly, fears of a global meltdown -- remain in place, we expect gold prices to continue to recover over the balance of 2011," analyst Tom Kendall said in a note.
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Gold miners have taken a more conservative stance. According to the French bank Societe Generale, gold mining companies in the second quarter reported their first consecutive quarterly net hedging in 10 years, driven by new hedges by small producers. The second quarter saw 0.19 million ounces (6 tonnes) added to the global hedge book, which stood at 5.07 million ounces (158 tonnes) at the end of June.
Hedging helps producers lock in prices for future output. The strategy can backfire if spot metal prices rise above the hedged price. The buying back of outstanding hedge positions was a key element in gold's rally over the past decade.
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