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Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/6/2011

RECESSION MIGHT HIT EUROZONE SOONER THAN EXPECTED     Gold and silver prices were moving up from morning lows. Silver was in positive territory. The persistent negativity coming from Europe is the main factor pushing prices down recently. Georgette Boele, global head of FX and commodity strategy at ABN Amro, said, “We are also seeing a cutback on positioning because the year has been very volatile, and ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/6/2011

OPTIMISM ABOUNDS, BUT SO DOES DOMINO EFFECT    Precious metals prices were slipping this morning due to worries over the European debt crisis. Gold, specifically, is still widely regarded as a safe-haven asset, though recently it has moved in line with other assets (such as stocks) as investors use the metal as an insurance policy. When inves... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/5/2011

S&P PLACES EUROZONE ON NOTICE; RUSSIANS PROTEST ELECTION The price of Gold fell for the day on technical selling. “We have seen Gold moving along in tandem with equities. However, it is way too early to say that Gold will lose its safe-haven status …,” said David Meger, director of metals trading at Vision Financial Markets. The prices are still correlated to what is going on in Europe. The other sho... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report - 12/5/2011

FRANCE, GERMANY AGREE ON EURO TREATY; PLATINUM ORDER SEEN    Gold prices are down a bit since this morning. Gold most recently has traded by reacting inversely to the strength of the dollar, with the European crisis being in the headlines the past few weeks. CommerzBank stated, “Speculative financial investors are still showing reticence. … G... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/5/2011

GERMAN, FRENCH LEADERS TO ATTEMPT TO SOLVE EURO PUZZLE      The Gold price is dipping this morning as U.S. stock futures rise amid optimism regarding a resolution to the eurozone debt crisis. The focus mainly has remained on Europe recently, and this week looks to be no different, with a European Union summit on ta... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/2/2011

GOLD PRICES HOLD AS STOCKS GIVE UP EARLY GAINS      Gold prices maintained their morning gains, but the same was not true for the stock market. Stocks gained as much as 150 points, but gave back all of the gain by day’s end. It might be that Friday’s jobs report was not as positive as first viewed. The overall unemployment rate fell to 8.6%, but that might be explained by the number of pe... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/2/2011

SOUTH KOREA INCREASES GOLD HOLDINGS; BRITAIN SPEAKS ON EURO SITUATION     Precious metals prices have pulled back from morning highs amid optimism in the U.S. economy. Internationally, for the second time this year, the Bank of Korea has increased its gold holdings, helping gold to its biggest weekly ga... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/2/2011

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DROPS BELOW 9%      This morning’s jobs report shows 120,000 jobs were created in November. Although this falls just short of the anticipated number of 122,000, the jobless rate fell to 8.6%. Although part of this drop is attributed to those who have given up looking for jobs, it is the first time in several years the unemployment rate has been below 9%. ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/1/2011

WILL FUTURE GENERATIONS KNOW EU?      Precious metals prices held strong for the day with the prospect of a growing monetary disaster. With global central banks coming together Wednesday to prevent a more severe financial crisis, investors might be considering an exit from riskier investments. Bank of Montreal strategy adviser Don Coxe said that Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/1/2011

SUPER COMMITTEE WORK MIGHT RESUME      The Gold price is down marginally since the Morning Gold & Silver Report, with the continued confusion on what is actually happening in the European debt crisis. In an interview with Money & Investing Editor Jonathan Burton from Market Watch, Adrian Day, president of investment ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 12/1/2011

IN A FAST-PACED WORLD, FAST-PACED CHANGE Yesterday’s market rally was a breath of fresh air for both the equity markets and commodities such as gold. However, weak economic data from China and continual changes in the eurozone drama are pointing to a less robust day today. China saw their manufacturing sector contract shr... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/30/2011

GOLD REACHES TWO-WEEK HIGH; S&P SEES SHIFT IN ASIA’S FAVOR      Prices for Gold, Silver, Platinum, and Palladium all ended up for the day, with Gold reaching a two-week high and gaining for a third straight session. Gold’s boost comes from investors encouraged by plans from central banks around the world to cut costs on borrowi... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/30/11

GOLD BUG HITS INVESTORS The Gold price has held steady since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. Analysts have made numerous predictions as to how Gold will perform in the future. In a CNBC interview, Jim Rogers, chairman at Rogers Holding, said, “I would suspect Gold will go much hig... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/30/2011

WORLD’S CENTRAL BANKS COOPERATE TO HELP ECONOMY        In early-morning trading, precious metals are gaining on good economic news. U.S. private-sector jobs grew by 206,000 for November, well above estimates. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/29/2011

EUROZONE MINISTERS STRUGGLE TO SAVE THE EURO; EXECUTIVE WARNS OF DEBT CRISIS OUTCOMES Since the Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report, the price of Gold has continued to climb, experiencing its second session of gains and ending higher than it has in more than a week. G... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/29/2011

EUROPE NOT ON THE BACK BURNER YET The Gold price is up slightly since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, with the European debt crisis and domestic credit issues still raging in the news. Gold is known to be a volatile and liquid asset. James Moore, a research analyst at FastMarkets.com, said, “ Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/29/2011

EUROPE IS BAD, BUT SO IS U.S.; ANALYSTS STILL LOVE GOLD Gold prices have risen after an overnight dip, and stock futures have pulled back slightly from early gains.  The stock market is rising mainly based on hopes that European leaders will be able to solve the debt problem in the region.  After a bond sale, Italy’s borrowi... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/28/2011

WILL INFLATION PUSH GOLD OVER $2,000? Precious metals prices have held steady this afternoon as the dollar grew weaker on the hope that the euro would be saved by a stronger fiscal union needed to avoid a debt crisis. Sharing his opinion of the recent moves in gold, Oliver Purshce, co-portfolio manager of the GMG Defensive Beta Fund, said, “Great retail U.S. news; you’ve got some positive momentum out of Europe; to a certain extent there is a little bit of short co... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/28/2011

GOLD HOLDS ON TO GAINS IN MORNING TRADING Gold, which posted big gains in overnight trading, held on to most of the climb it made, although prices did slip slightly. Silver is higher since this morning’s Market Report, having posted an increase of more than 3.5%. Platinum and palladium prices also are up today, although the gold price is still higher than platinum’s, a pattern rarely seen in markets lately. Although stock markets are higher today, fear surr... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/23/2011

EUROPEAN COMMISSION REQUESTS EUROBONDS TO BE BACKED BY GOLD Precious metals have remained steady from earlier trading as we head into Thanksgiving.  News of the German bonds have put an even more negative light on the situation in Europe and stocks tumbled as a result.  Chinese manufacturing activity was down in November, its lowest in 32 months Read More
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Precious Metal Prices
4/24/2014 11:37:16 AM EST

Metal Bid Ask Change
Gold $1,289.30 $1,291.30 $4.70
Silver $19.58 $19.68 $0.19
Platinum $1,400.30 $1,410.30 $6.40
Palladium $796.90 $801.90 $14.80
4/24/2014 11:37:16 AM EST

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