2020 brought about massive changes in U.S. monetary policy, with a 25% increase in M3 money supply and near-zero interest rates.
The world produced 3,200 tonnes of gold in 2020, a 3% drop relative to 2019. This graphic breaks down global gold production by country.
The graphic takes a look at the world’s largest mining companies by market capitalization and the metals they produce.
This graphic illustrates the silver mining journey and explores the reasons why it is an essential metal in the green energy transformation.
The interest income needed to beat inflation since 1994 has varied, but in the last 13 years, savings accounts failed to live up to the task.
Over the last 40 years, the purchasing power of the world’s most popular currencies have declined against gold.
This infographic is a unique look at the estimated 217 billion m³ of mine tailings around the world.
This infographic tracks $2.87B from 425 transactions for gold projects in 41 countries between February 1, 2020, and February 28, 2021.
Central banks have long held onto gold in their reserves, but how have they been managing their gold reserves over the past 20 years?
$1 in 1913 had the same purchasing power as $26 in 2020. This chart shows how the purchasing power of the dollar has changed over time.