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Sunday December 30, 2012 by
Sorry I haven't written for a while. To be honest, whilst investing some serious time and effort into a number of really exciting GMR projects, I have been observing the precious metals' markets with my mouth open in disbelief. What on earth has been going on?
Sunday December 9, 2012 by
We love a red block with capital letters on the front of the Business Section of The Sunday Times reading, "INSIDE STORY: Fear fills London's fortress of gold"
Tuesday December 4, 2012 by
I am very pleased and very proud to announce that Guernsey Mint Refined has been shortlisted for the Guernsey Awards for Achievement Innovation Award.
Sunday November 25, 2012 by
Well, we had to start our campaign for UK press dominance somewhere ... as it happens, by taking out an advert in the UK Telegraph's Business Reporter's special report on Precious Metals. We are well pleased with the results - which were situated on the page facing the 'Routes to Investment'
Sunday November 18, 2012 by
Imagine my excitement at seeing "Fight Inflation: Ways to get the most out of your savings" as the headline of the Money Section of The Sunday Times ... 'Here we go,' thought I, 'we'll be needing that new phone line put in tomorrow morning to cope with the barrage of calls.'