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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/19/2011

GOLD FLAT AS DEBT CEILING, EUROZONE ISSUES REMAIN The doors to compromise finally seem to be opening in debt ceiling negotiations.  More details have arisen about behind-the-scenes deals that are in the works.  The game of politics is still very much in play, but at least one deal is looking to give President Obama the power to raise the debt ceiling himself if the two sides cannot come to an a... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/18/2011

DEBT CEILING CLOCK TICKING, BACK UP PLANS EMERGE President Obama has threatened to veto a most recent proposal involving the U.S. debt limit ceiling as long as it includes balancing of budget is a requirement. With the August 2 deadline looming Congressional leaders are going to “…Stay in session every day, including Saturdays and Sund... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/18/2011

GOLD RISES WHILE STOCKS DROP AMID CONTINUING DEBT FEARS U.S. stocks have seen a sharp drop in morning trading, primarily caused by the ongoing fears investors have over the failure by U.S. policymakers to raise the debt limit, as well as the uncertainty that still surrounds the debt crisis in Europe. Those same fears helped gold futures to Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/18/2011

GOLD BREACHES $1,600 AS OPTIMISM IN U.S. AND GREECE SUBSIDES Gold breached the $1,600/oz. barrier earlier this morning amid fears of debt contagion in the eurozone and unsatisfying U.S. debt ceiling talks.  Silver rose above $40/oz. for the first time since the large run in late April.  An analyst at Forex.com explained, “Recently,... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/15/2011

ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST Precious metals are still going strong, with gold tallying a nine-session gain of almost $108, and a 3.2% gain for the week and silver knocks at the door of $40 an ounce.  Some experts are saying that the technical charts for gold based on past rallies see gold reaching $1,750 and ounce.  CitiFX’s chief technical... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/15/2011

EURO BANKS FAIL STRESS TEST Fears abound that the Greek debt crisis is spreading to bigger countries such as Spain and Italy. As a repercussion, investors have been panicking and causing European bank shares to fall to a two-year-low. Eight European banks failed stress tests, while as many as 15 are needing more capital to withstand a prolonged recession. Wit... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/15/2011

MANUFACTURING DECLINES; S&P JOINS MOODY’S IN POTENTIAL DOWNGRADE The “Empire State” manufacturing gauge unexpectedly declined for a second month in a row, while the Labor Department reports that the core Consumer Price Index rose 0.3 per cent after a similar gain in May. This was above economists’ forecast of 0.2 per cent. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/14/2011

ANOTHER DAY CLOSER TO THE DEADLINE, NO PROGRESS TO REPORT – How many times can new agencies report that there’s no news to report on budget talks?  The most recent talks ended tensely, with both sides deeply entrenched in their ideologies.  President Obama told Republican lawmakers today “Don’t call my bluff,” alluding to his threats to veto any short term, stopgap bargain.  A group of ... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/14/2011

MOODY’S PUTS THE PRESSURE ON DEBT LIMIT TALKS The decision by Moody’s Investors Services to review the United State’s Aaa credit rating for a possible downgrade is adding even more pressure to the already-tense debt limit discussions between President Obama and Republican leaders. Interests both in this country and overseas (most nota... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/14/2011

GOLD IN UNCHARTED TERRITORY YET AGAIN Gold is hovering above yesterday’s record-high close thanks to the fallout of Moody’s placing the U.S. bond rating on review.  Silver is also enjoying moderate gains of approximately 3%.  Yesterday’s Aden Report explained, “With one crisis following another, it’s not surprising that gold didn’t stay down long.  ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/13/2011

MOODY’S PLACES U.S. BOND RATING ON REVIEW – Citing the “rising possibility” that political leaders in the U.S. won’t come to an agreement on raising the debt limit, Moody’s Investors Service has placed the AAA bond rating currently held by the U.S. on review for a possible downgrade. At the same time, discussions between GOP leaders and President Obama on rai... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/13/2011

BERNANKE IMPLIES QE3 LIKELY Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke, had a congressional hearing today and spoke about a number of different topics. The biggest component to his testimony, was the implication that QE3 is likely to occur. He said, "The possibility remains that the recent economic weakness may prove more persistent than expected and that deflationary risks might reemerge, implying a need for additional policy support." The economy is expected to grow “a... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – July 13,2011

GOLD PRICES HIT A RECORD HIGH - Gold prices climbed to record highs this morning hitting $1,579.70. This is happening as global equity markets strengthened overnight and the U.S. stock marke... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/12/2011

GOLD ENDS THE DAY HIGH BASED ON DEBT CRISIS FEARS With fears that the debt crisis facing Greece would soon spread to Spain and Italy, gold prices soared, spurred by investors looking for a safe haven investment. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner declared today that he wants an agreement in place with Congress on raising the U.S. debt limit no later than the end of nex... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/12/2011

Precious metals are trading steady as earlier today oil was still trending towards its third straight day of losses.  It has now begun to gain, taking gold with it. The Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/12/2011

CONTAGION FEARS HOLD MARKETS HOSTAGE As the euro weakens against the dollar, the price of gold is mostly suppressed.  This is the case this morning as gold is flat.  However, when priced in the euro, gold is at an all-time high for the second day in a row.  The fear that the debt crisis Greece is currently facing will spread to other weak... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/11/2011

GOLD CONTINUES UPWARD AMID EQUITIES LOSSES – Concern over Europe’s sovereign debt crisis pushed gold up today, aided by a significant drop in stock prices.  Italy and Spain seem to be in ever-increasing trouble lately. In the last few trading days the interest rates investors demand to loan money to the two governments skyrocketed, indic... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/11/2011

OBAMA BEARS DOWN ON DEBT CEILING TALKS  With the August 2nd deadline for the U.S. to raise the debt ceiling and avoid defaulting on the national debt steadily coming closer, President Obama said in a news conference this morning that he “will refuse to sign any short-term deficit deal.” The President indicated that he would be meeting daily with Washing... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/11/2011

ARE WE GETTING TALLER? THE CEILING SEEMS CLOSER. Mohamed El-Erian, CEO of PIMCO, is advising that we keep a close watch on Italy, as the market measures of Italian sovereign risk rose sharply last week. On Friday, the credit spread on five-year instruments spiked 30 basis points in one day, which is a very significant amount for a country with Italy’s economic and financial standing. The stocks of Italia... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/8/2011

METAL MARKETS BOOM ON SAFE HAVEN BUYING – The horrible jobs data released today broke a long winning streak in stocks and caused many investors to flee to safe haven assets like gold.  Most investors look at long term price movements when buying physical metals, Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 7/8/2011

JOBS REPORT ANEMIC DESPITE PREDICTIONS - The big story affecting the market today is non-farm payroll data for June being worse than it was in May; in fact, June saw the fewest number of jobs added in nine months.  Expectations for June were that 90,000 or more jobs would be added, but when only 18,000 new jobs came in, the disparity between reality and predictions sent the markets into retreat.  Read More

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