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Ni Dhahabu Yetu Pia Au?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Mdau, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. Mdau

    Mdau JF-Expert Member

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    Kuna mwendelezo wa makala za matatizo yanayowakuta wananchi wa Tanzania wanaoishi jirani na migodi hasa ya dhahabu....na pia,wanaoitwa wawekezaji wamekua wakilalamika kila mara kwamba wanapata hasara...makala hii ya BBC inaonyesha jinsi bei ya dhahabu inavyozidi kupanda kila kukicha..swali ni je; DHAHABU ya Tanzania haiuzwi huko!!!????

    Gold price hits record at $1,500 an ounce

    [​IMG] Analysts are divided over whether the price can go much higher in the near term
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    The gold price has risen above $1,500 an ounce for the first time after concerns about global economic recovery lifted the metal's appeal as a haven.
    In Hong Kong trade, gold hit a record $1,500.70 an ounce, which traders said was mainly due to Standard & Poor's downgrade of its outlook on US debt.
    Silver also touched a 31-year high of $44.34 an ounce.
    "In a word, sensational. Everything's feeding into this, sovereign debt, weak dollar, inflation," said one analyst.
    But analysts were divided about whether the price could go higher and are waiting to see if trading in Europe and the US continues the momentum seen in Asia.
    Jonathan Barratt, at Commodity Broking Services, said: "We often see a $20 rally after breaking a big number, then a pullback.
    "We will see what Europe and United States do with this. $1,510 or $1,520 look possible, but prices are starting to look a little stretched up here."
    Darren Heathcote, at Investec, said: "The market is so fickle at the moment and it wouldn't surprise me if we saw a sell-off."
    Some market watchers see gold consolidating at its current level as it waits for the next reason to push higher.
    Natalie Robertson, commodities strategist at ANZ, said: "I don't see prices convincingly past that level in the next few days unless we see something very negative, probably related to the eurozone sovereign debt.
    "But we do see gold very well supported at the $1,490 level," she said .
    Silver continued to soar, rising to a 31-year high for the fifth consecutive session.
    Not only is silver increasingly seen as a haven, but there is also rising demand for industrial consumption.
    "Silver is still in a clear bull trend that targets $50 next," said Taso Anastasiou, a UBS technical strategist.

    source: BBC News - Gold price hits record at $1,500 an ounce
  2. K

    Kwame Nkrumah JF-Expert Member

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    hapana, kutokana na ukilaza na ushamba wa viongozi wetu, dhahabu yetu bado ni $ 250 an ounce. Nasema ushamba kwa sababu nimeshuhudia viongozi wetu kwenye mikutano ya maana ya kuwakilisha nchi wakiomba kupiga picha na wazungu wakaoneshe nyumbani badala ya kujadili maslahi ya taifa. They are usually overwhelmed on every aspect of negotiations. Ingechangia pia majadiano yangekuwa kwa kiswahili na wazungu waje na wakalimani wao.
  3. chapaa

    chapaa JF-Expert Member

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    Asante kwa ku2juza mkuu,mi nafikiri wanazingatia pia na gold recovery.
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    Tidito L Member

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    Sio bure itakuwa hawa viongozi wetu wanapozwa kitu kidogo na hao jamaa.
    Maana huu ni wizi alafu baadae wanatuachia mashimo bila faida yyt.