‘Impending gold production cliff’ may deliver a jolt to prices
By GCRU Gold News on Wednesday, July 27 2016, 01:03 - Permalink
Gold discoveries peaked in 2007 and production will soon follow, strengthening the value of the yellow metal and possibly fueling a boom in mergers and acquisitions in the gold-mining sector, according to Sprott Asset Management.
Discoveries of gold has collapses since then, “despite exploration budgets increasing by 250% from 2009 to 2012,” Sprott’s gold team said in a recent note.
They offered this image as an illustration of the “impending gold production cliff”: