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Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/15/2012

BIGGEST GOLD DROP SINCE JULY; GERMAN AID SOUGHT FOR EUROPEAN NATIONS Precious Metals prices began to drop this morning over distress that a global recession may be in our future. Also, it is rumored that China may be trying to sidestep additional easing measures. The overall impact of data showing a slower growing worldwide economy is affecting today’s market, especially commodities. “There are no clear signals from China whether there will be more stimulus,”... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/15/2012

GOLD PUSHED BY PROFIT TAKING; EURO SQUEEZED BY UNCERTAINTY Gold’s failure to break $1,800 an ounce, along with positive U.S. economic data today, has many investors looking to cash out gains. Today’s retail sales data shows Americans bought more of everything in September and could indicate greater than expected growth in the third quarter. "The University of Michigan data on Friday, retail sales to... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/15/2012

GOLD & SILVER PRICES DOWN IN MORNING TRADING Whether it is the effects of the QE3 announcement wearing off or investor’s taking profits off the table, Gold and Silver prices have moved down throughout the morning. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke found himself defending QE3 this weekend at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) me... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report - 10/12/2012

GOLD DROPS WITH POSITIVE U.S. DATA; SPAIN FORESEES ISSUES WITH A BAILOUT Gold’s price dropped today with concerns that the Federal Reserve could pull QE3 sooner than expected based on improved U.S. consumer sentiment and jobs data. "We are starting to see some improvement in the U.S. economy, so the duration of a quantitative easing plan may not be as long as what was initially anticipated. People who b... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/12/2012

CONSUMER SENTIMENT EASES GOLD; PRICE INCREASES EXPECTED LONG-TERM Precious Metals were pushed down today as consumer sentiment reached its highest point in five years. Positive data regarding a decline in U.S. unemployment appears to have momentarily bested worries caused by recent fiscal policies - namely the Fed’s unlimited bond buying progra... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/12/2012

GOLD PRIMED FOR BREAKOUT; GLOBAL EFFECTS OF FISCAL CLIFF Gold has been steady over the last few months and it has some economists wondering if the yellow metal is ready to break out of its holding pattern. "Concerns about overall global economic health have kept Gold in a pretty tight trading range, but this is typical just before some type of breakout, up or down. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/11/2012

GOLD GAINS ON CONTINUED EUROZONE WOES DESPITE POSITIVE U.S. JOBS NEWS Gold experienced subtle gains today as promising data from the U.S. labor market compensated for a weaker dollar. Jobless claims fell despite anticipated projections of a rise in unemployment. Though the positive news from the Labor Department would typically inspire ... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/11/2012

GOLD REBOUNDING AFTER SPAIN’S DOWNGRADE Gold has rebounded today despite concerns over a downgrade of Spain’s creditworthiness. The euro has stabilized after Standard & Poor’s downgraded Spain’s credit rating to BBB-, just a step away from a "speculative" rating. "We have been seeing a bit of demand coming out of the woodwork. It's nothing huge, but it was better than it has been previous... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/11/2012

SPAIN’S CREDIT NEAR JUNK; U.S. JOBLESS CLAIMS DOWN As Spain’s credit worthiness nears junk status, the euro found some life and steadied, holding Gold’s price in the upper $1,700’s. Spain is the eurozone’s fourth largest economy, and it is now carrying a credit rating of BBB- according to Standard & Poor’s. Though the downgrade had little effe... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report - 10/10/2012

WHAT CAN DEFEAT GOLD? FISCAL CLIFF APPROACHING QUICKLY Once again Gold successfully fought off the negative news in the market and remained flat for the day after being slightly down this morning. The eurozone financial crisis is worsening by the day, and Gold has been negatively affected by the situation. A Reuters poll released today reflects that 27 analysts remain bullish on Precious Metals for the... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/10/2012

GOLD SEEN AS SAFE HAVEN; ENGLAND COMMENTS ON EUROPE The headlines have been dominated by the struggles of the global economy and the uncertainty of investment options. However, Gold has shown to be a steady option recently. “Gold (is one of the most liquid ways) to get exposure to inflation. The volatility… will remain low going forward as... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/10/2012

GOLD AND EQUITIES MARKETS DOWN AGAIN ON WORLD GROWTH OUTLOOK Trepidation continues to weigh on investors as the U.S. stock market opened to early losses this morning. A meager outlook for global growth and reduced earnings are the catalysts for market dips in recent days. "We have had a number of large companies reporting poor visibilities and that i... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/09/2012

GOLD CLOSES DOWN; EURO FINANCE MINISTERS MEET For the third consecutive day, Gold has closed lower. Signs point to a sluggish global economy. The unease in Europe continues with protests in Greece during the German Chancellor’s visit. China announced more monetary easing due to disappointing market reports in the country. Jeffrey Sica, chief investment ... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/09/2012

EURO WORRIES GROW; GOLD A SAFE HAVEN Downward pressure on Gold from a weakening euro is being offset to some degree by investors seeking the safe haven appeal of Gold. The European currency fell as the bailout plans for both Spain and Greece appear to have hit significant road blocks. "A drift higher in the dollar won't have much of a damning impact on Gold because it would indicate that there is so... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/9/2012

GLOBAL ECONOMY TO GROW AT SLOWEST RATE SINCE 2009 Startling news out of Europe this morning has caused many investors to seek safe haven investments. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that many eurozone countries will miss their budget deficit targets agreed upon with European authorities, causing the euro to fall. This... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report - 10/8/2012

GOLD HOLDS FIRM; SPAIN MAY BE ON ITS OWN Gold felt some pressure today as the U.S. dollar strengthened and profit taking began. However, the yellow metal is proving it can hold its ground by making up part of its morning loss for the day. It is expected that the American economy will see more optimistic news, and that along with the further downfall of Europe will be positive for the U.S. dollar’s... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/8/2012

SPAIN A SORE SUBJECT IN EUROPE Precious Metals prices have recovered slightly in morning trading. The U.S. dollar continues to rise against the euro as many are losing confidence in eurozone finance ministers to resolve recent debt issues that have come up. Spain is a particularly sore subject in the region. German Finance Minis... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/8/2012

GOLD & SILVER PRICES DECLINE IN MORNING TRADING Two forces are affecting Gold and Silver prices this morning. One is profit taking as traders take a portion of their profits off the table. The second is the rising U.S. dollar relative to the euro and other currencies. Investors are still digesting Friday’s jobs report, which stemmed the tide o... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report - 10/5/2012

PIMCO CEO PREDICTS INFLATION NEAR THREE PERCENT Precious Metals prices began to decline after the United States unemployment rate dropped a surprising 0.3 percent. The market is reacting radically with concern that the good news for the American economy could cut QE3 short. “People are throwing in the towel,” Adam Klopfenstein, a senior m... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/5/2012

JOBS REPORT NOT EXPECTED TO HINDER GOLD PROGRESS Friday’s report showing a drop in last month’s unemployment rate has boosted stocks and pulled down Precious Metals prices. The jobs data represents the first time in 44 months that unemployment has been below 8 percent. However, Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs’ chief U.S. economist, believes the addition of 114,000 new jobs in the month of September is still uninspiring... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/5/2012

METALS FALL AS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNEXPECTEDLY DROPS Precious Metals added to early losses after the release of the Labor Department’s nonfarm payrolls report. The addition of jobs in September was disappointing, but the unemployment rate fell by 0.3 percent to 7.8 percent, which is the lowest level since January 2009. Since the ne... Read More

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