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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/20/2012

GOLD, PLATINUM PRICES RETREAT FROM RECENT GAINS   The early morning trading hours have seen Precious Metals prices going slightly lower. Gold investors have been largely on the sidelines, as they await further announcements later this week from eurozone policy makers. Several rounds of talks are scheduled between Germany, France, Greece and the... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/17/2012

GLOBAL INVESTOR SOROS SELLS STOCKS, BUYS GOLD   George Soros, a famous global investor, sold his shares in American financial stocks and used the proceeds to buy Gold. It is worth noting that he did so at a time when the Dow crossed 13,000, its highest level since April 2008. Soros also is noted for his close ties with the Ob... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/17/2012

MIXED BAG OF ECONOMIC DATA KEEPS GOLD IN TIGHT RANGE   The Gold price remained steady through mid-day, following the euro as Gold continues to track currency markets. Ross Norman, chief executive officer of Sharps Pixley, commented on recent news of slowing Gold demand by saying, “You’d think Gold would subside, but it has performed well, responding to small optimism on euro gains and dollar weakness.” This positive sentiment comes amid growing concern o... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/17/2012

GERMAN CHANCELLOR BACKS EURO, MAY NOT BACK GREECE   American stock futures received a boost this morning, thanks to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Overnight, Merkel reaffirmed Germany’s commitment to the euro, much like what European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said recently. “With Merkel voicing her support for ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/16/2012

CENTRAL BANKS MAY REACH RECORD YEAR AS NET BUYERS OF PRECIOUS METALS   The World Gold Council (WGC) reported today that Gold demand fell to its lowest point in over two years during the second quarter. The fluctuation with Gold demand is due to key consumers such as India and China acquiring less, offsetting a notable quarter for central bank acquisitions. Marcus Grubb at WGC commented on how central banks may set a record with their increased Precious Metals hold... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/16/2012

GOLD BEING PULLED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS   Precious Metals prices recovered slightly after two economic reports were released this morning. United States housing starts and jobless claims were worse than expected. Economists expected housing starts to rise slightly, but they fell by 1.1 percent. Economists also expected a rise of about 1,000 in new jobless claims, but the real result was slightly ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/15/2012

CONFIDENCE RENEWED IN GOLD; POSITIVE DATA ALLAYS EASING   The Gold price experienced little movement today, staying just above $1,600 per ounce for most of the day. The yellow metal was heavily talked about once it was reported that longtime gold bull John Paulson has confidence that the Precious Metal is a long term currency and inflation hedge. This reassured investors that Gold’s price ca... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 8/15/2012

IS THE EURO CURRENCY ALREADY DEAD? Precious metals recovered from early losses this morning after the release of the Consumer Price Index showed the smallest year-over-year increase in nearly two years.  The better-than-expected report could support the Federal Reserve’s looming decision on another round of monetary stimulus.  Also, a key business gauge contracted unexpectedly for the first tim... Read More

Morning Gold and Silver Market Report, 8/14/2012

REPORTS BRING OPTIMISM FOR EUROZONE, AMERICA   The morning news is optimistic for the economy based on renewed growth figures from Europe. The seesaw effect of Europe’s ups and downs is reversing Monday’s price drops, as prices again were going up. Tuesday data is showing Gross Domestic Product output for the eurozone region was in line with expectations: Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/13/2012

AMERICA WAITING; CONCERNS MOUNT ABOUT EUROZONE CORE   The Gold price fell slightly Monday, as investors took earnings after last week’s gains. “Everybody seems to be waiting for this huge money printing that they think is going to happen, which hasn’t happened yet. So, nobody really wants to bet against it, but at the same time they don’t want to go long,” said Doug Roberts, chief invest... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/13/2012

JAPAN JOINS THE ‘DISAPPOINTING REPORTS’ CLUB   American stocks dropped today following a five week rally in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The dip comes following news of disappointing economic data from Japan. Economists projecting 2.7 percent growth in Japan’s Gross Domestic Product in the second quarter received figures... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/13/2012

GOLD, SILVER HOLDING ON TO RECENT GAINS   Precious Metals and equity markets were flat this morning as concerns about global growth continue to provide headwinds. Japan’s economy only grew by 1.4 percent, when it was projected to grow at 2.5 percent. Markets were down initially but have recovered on new hopes for further Read More

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

CENTRAL BANK REACTIONS KEY TO SURVIVING   The euro rebounded in afternoon trading today, which helped Gold, Silver, and many stocks to rebound from early losses, as well. China is now firmly in the mix as one of the global problems, said Sandy Lincoln of BMO Asset Management U.S. “It’s Europe, China, and the U.S. as the three bi... Read More

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

FALLING IMPORT PRICES COULD SUPPORT MORE EASING    Import prices in the United States fell unexpectedly in July, extending the streak to four months of declines. The decline in import prices could be one more reason for the Federal Reserve to ease monetary policy further. Historically, tools such as quantitative easing have been very supportive of Precious Metals prices. The possi... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/9/2012

THE PRICE OF GOLD AND CRUDE OIL STABILIZE  Precious Metals across the board remained flat through the day. A belief that further stimulus measures will be pushed out by central banks is providing the substance Gold needs now. Charles Nedoss at Kingsview Financial said, “Continued hopes of more quantitative easing in key economies and fears of in... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/9/2012

ECONOMIC REPORTS BETTER THAN EXPECTED; GOLD STAGNATES   American stock futures and Precious Metals rebounded this morning after two economic reports were released. The trade deficit narrowed to the smallest gap in nearly two years, and weekly jobless claims fell Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/8/2012

WHEN WILL EUROPE FINANCIALLY SECURE ITSELF?   Gold’s price remained steady today as many investors await central banks to disclose future stimulus plans. Ole Hansen at Saxo Bank said,  “I think investors inherently want to see it (the Gold price) higher and are worried about missing the boat. Liquidity is at a premium this time of year, and it does not take much to drive (the market... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/8/2012

PROFIT TAKING PULLS DOWN STOCKS, PRECIOUS METALS   American stock futures and Precious Metals were down slightly this morning, as investors are taking profits on recent gains. News of a downgrade to the outlook for Greece’s sovereign debt rating also affected the markets, as the European Union and International Monetary Fund seem less like... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/7/2012

BANKING TAKES ANOTHER DIRECT HIT; GOLD PRICE UP   Precious Metals prices were up again in early morning trading as the euro gained on the American dollar on the hope that the European Central Bank will step in with a quality easing plan. However, concerns persist over our own fiscal cliff and investor outlook for further Fed easing domestically. Analyst David Wilson hit on both concerns, saying, “It’s all about the exchange rates. Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/6/2012

THE FUTURE WILL SHOW GOLD’S TRUE VALUE   Gold held on to price gains Monday. In a note, Credit Suisse explained how United States data ultimately affects the yellow metal. “Stronger economic data is a double-edged sword for Gold.” The note said the American dollar “tends to depreciate after good economic data due to reduced safe haven flows. Th... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 8/6/2012

REPORT PREDICTS GOLD TO RALLY ABOVE $1,900 IN 2012   A report from HSBC Bank states, “Economic uncertainty, geopolitical tensions and the uncertainty of the U.S. November elections are theoretically Gold bullish, and Gold should perform better later in the year when U.S. growth is poor and the dollar is weak.” The report further stated that “we expect prices to Read More

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