The World Gold Council has announced that its members have committed to reporting their positions and progress on climate-related risks in line with the recommendations of Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosures.
New data from the World Gold Council shows global gold ETFs lost 107.5 t in March, marking outflows for the fourth month out of five.
Global gold ETFs lost 84.7 t (-US$4.6 billion, -2% AUM) in February, marking outflows for the third time in 4 months, and the seventh worst historical monthly holdings loss, according to the World Gold Council.
According to new World Gold Council data, global gold ETFs saw inflows of 13.8 t (US$1 billion, 0.4%) in January, after two consecutive months of outflows in November and December, which had totalled 148.8 t.
According to new World Gold Council data, in November, gold-backed ETFs and similar products (gold ETFs) recorded their first net outflows in 12 months and second largest monthly outflows ever.
The World Gold Council has launched its ‘Gold and Climate Change: The Energy Transition’ report, which looks at gold mining’s energy transition and climate impacts over the next decade.
Gold-backed ETFs and similar products (gold ETFs) recorded their 11th consecutive month of net inflows during October, matching the record number of positive monthly flows set in April 2006.
According to new World Gold Council data, gold-backed ETFs and similar products (gold ETFs) recorded their tenth consecutive month of net inflows during September 2020, matching equivalent stretches in 2008 and 2016.