In gold we trust: the safe haven commodity returns

As investors grow increasingly concerned that the ongoing US-China slinging match over trade tensions, as well as Washington’s threat of tariffs on Mexico could negatively affect the global economy, gold prices hit an all-time high in Australia in June, breaking the AU$1,900 per ounce mark in the Australian currency for the first time ever.

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Bioenergy Australia calls for new industry to transition Australia away from fossil

China’s purported ban on Australian coal in late February – that was simultaneously confirmed and denied by Chinese authorities – and the significant moves from the banking and investment sector to move away from fossil fuels, as well as major players like Glencore and BHP bowing to investor and environmental pressure to shift from coal, are giving the sector some thought.

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Are coal’s days numbered?

Over 100 global financial institutions are exiting coal, with more to come every two weeks a bank, insurer or lender announces new restrictions on coal. Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Finance Studies, Australasia IEEFA, looks at the reasons behind it and future implications for coal.

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