World of Warcraft Might Let You Trade Gold for Game Time
Among those listed is the possibility of giving players the opportunity to buy "tradable game-time tokens" which can be exchanged in-game with other players for gold. According to Blizzard, this would grant players a "way to use their surplus gold to ...
Editorial: I fully support buying gold from Blizzard
Blizzard considering gold-for-game-time trades in World of Warcraft
Blizzard teases gold-for-game-time in World of Warcraft
A surprising explanation for why gold isn't rallying
Yahoo Finance (blog)
?There is concern that Russia?one of the things that should be driving gold up?is in fact really hurting to defend its currency,? said Gina Sanchez, founder of Chantico Global and a CNBC contributor. ?If they start to sell their gold reserves ? the ...
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Where Gold Prices Could Go in 2015
By November, gold had fallen to a multi-year low of $1,141.30 per ounce, and hasn't made any meaningful bullish progress in the meantime. Could the tide finally turn for gold prices in the coming year, though? Can investors buy gold heading into 2015 ...
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Gold can't hold over $1200 as Fed lift fades
Will gold tarnish or shine in 2015?
Resurgence in gold demand from China and India, the world's biggest consumers, is set to restore some shine to the yellow metal in 2015 after a lackluster year. "Physical gold demand in China and India were held back in 2014 amid high stocks and import ...
Gold: The Year Ahead
Nearly 10000 'cash-for-gold' violations found in six cities across N.J ...
NEWARK ? About 70 ?cash-for-gold? businesses in six cities across New Jersey have received a combined total of nearly 10,000 civil citations for allegedly violating consumer protection laws, officials announced today. After undercover operations and ...
New Jersey Identifies 10000 Cash-For-Gold Violations
New Jersey Finds Nearly 10000 Violations in Latest Cash-for-Gold Sweep
Eight Camden stores accused of cash-for-gold violations
Why Russia's Gold Buying Binge Won't Stop the Ruble's Slide
Russia has been the world's biggest buyer of gold in 2014, adding 150 metric tons to its hoard and catapulting its holdings into the top five among nations. It stands at just shy of 1,170 metric tons, worth about $45 billion at today's prices. Russia ...