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Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/14/2012

GLOBAL CONCERNS GROWING AHEAD OF GREEK ELECTION   Gold is on the rise, while the euro has remained steady ahead of this weekend’s Greek elections. The yellow metal was powered by weaker than expected American retail and inflation data released Wednesday, and it appears to remain on that path. Investors are assuming German bonds may begin to lose their safe haven appeal with future elections along with Europe’s economic predicament. “Such a scenario... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/14/2012

GOLD MAY BENEFIT THANKS TO PATHETIC BOND YIELDS   American stock futures are mostly flat this morning, with many investors seemingly unsure how to react to recent developments in Europe and the United States. David Morrison of GFT Markets said, “As we have seen many times recently, the previous day’s price action has been ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Marketing Report, 6/13/2012

PRECIOUS METALS VOLATILE AHEAD OF KEY GREEK ELECTION   Precious Metals prices, although higher today, are still experiencing a lot of volatility through the day due to growing concerns over the eurozone debt crisis. Though risk remains elevated in the eurozone, Gold is holding steady. Domestic and sovereign concerns are hinged on central banks’ offerings of support. Analyst David Wilson said, “(Federal Reserve Chairman Ben) Bernanke, in comments made to ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/13/2012

GLOBAL EASING AMOUNTS TO $6 TRILLION SINCE 2008   American stock futures are pointing to a lower start, and were pushed even lower after a report indicated retail sales fell in May. Jim Reid of Deutsche Bank said, “In reality, price action is likely to remain unpredictable as we move towards this weekend, as position squaring ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 06/12/2012

FED CONFIRMS RECESSION’S EFFECT ON MIDDLE CLASS WEALTH   A report released by the Federal Reserve on Tuesday confirmed what many Americans already knew: The Great Recession wiped out a significant amount of household wealth and hit the middle class especially hard. Median net worth in the United States declined by 38... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/12/2012

MORE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES ADDED TO WORRY LIST   Precious Metals prices have remained relatively steady, rising a bit during early morning trading. Some analysts are saying that the safe haven appeal of Gold is borne not of the eurozone worries, but actually what those worries could do to the U.S. economy. Analyst Nic Brown said, “Gold is sitting, waiting for something to happen, but I would argue it is waiting for something to happen in the United States, ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/11/2012

THE REACTIONS TO THE SPAIN BAILOUT ARE PESSIMISTIC   Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is forecasting a 23 percent return in a year for industrial metals, with Gold as one of the top picks. Jeffrey Currie, head of commodities research, said, “Although the macroeconomic backdrop still remains uncertain, particularly in Europe, we believe that the ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/11/2012

GOLD, SILVER PRICES UP ON SPANISH BAILOUT   Gold and Silver prices both opened higher Sunday on the announcement this past weekend that Spain agreed to a $125 billion (American dollars) bailout. The devil is always in the details, and although the details of this agreement are still unknown, both equity and Precious Metals markets have reacted favorably. The mone... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 06/08/2012

WILL CENTRAL BANKS SEND GOLD TO $2,000 IN 2012?   Jeff Kilburg of Kilburg Capital said he still expects Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/8/2012

CONCERN FOR EUROPE SPREADS; U.S.A. ECONOMIC SURVEY SHOWS HOPE   Gold’s price began dropping Thursday on investors’ disappointment with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s testimony about America’s economy. Bernanke offered no signal the Fed would stimulate the economy immediately, which frightened the market. Gianclaudio Torlizzi from T-Commodity said, “The outlook for Precious Metals in the medium term... Read More

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

INVESTORS NERVOUS; SPAIN TO REQUEST AID American stock futures are taking a hit this morning, now that investors have had a day to digest the big news from yesterday. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s reluctance to acknowledge any plans for monetary stimulus had a big effect on market sentiment. China is expected to release e... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 06/07/2012

YEAR-END ‘FISCAL CLIFF’ CONCERNS FED CHAIRMAN   The Gold price took a dive today after Federal Reserve Chairman Benjamin Bernanke gave no indication of further monetary easing by the Fed. Bernanke testified before the Joint Economic Committee today. He pressed Congress to pass legislation to avoid the Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/7/2012

CHINESE RATE CUT BOOSTS STOCKS; FED CHIEF TO TESTIFY News from China was driving markets this morning, as the central bank in the country cut interest rates by 25 basis points. Jordan Lambert of Spreadex Ltd. said “The unscheduled rate announcement by the Chinese central bank has been long awaited and has satisfied the growing expect... Read More

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

AMERICAN STOCKS SURGE; GOLD PRICE ALSO HIGHER   Precious Metals prices have seen a relatively volatile day but remained in positive territory throughout the day. Many traders are speculating that poor jobs data, renewed optimism that stimulus will be re-introduced, and growing safe haven sentiment are boosting Precious Metals. Chief market strategist Jeff Kleintop said, “While stocks may be nearing an attractive entry point, Read More

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

ECB HOLDS RATES STEADY; SPANISH DEBT SOLUTION IN THE WORKS   Precious Metals were holding on to moderate gains this morning, with the Gold price up about 1 percent and Silver up 3 percent. The European Central Bank (ECB) seems to be the major focus today, announcing this morning it would keep its key lending rate unchanged.... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 06/05/2012

INTERNAL SPANISH BAILOUT LABELED ‘TECHNICALLY IMPOSSIBLE’   Spain may be required to accept a bailout soon as that country’s treasury minister told Spanish radio listeners today that it’s “technically impossible” for Spain to bail out itself. Spanish banks are suffering from an overload of debt from the country’s bursting housing bubble that was fueled by cheap in... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 6/5/2012

SPAIN NEEDS BAILOUT? GOLD IN POSITIVE TERRITORY Precious metals are rising again, largely on safe haven appeal, as concerns in Spain and Greece have not abated and gold imports in China are climbing. HSBC wrote, “Gold prices may be supported by China's growing appetite for bullion, as imports from Hong Kong climbed to record highs. Furthermore, imports of gold coins, wh... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/4/2012

OBSERVER SEES QE3 LOOMING; S&P PUTS ODDS ON GREECE EXIT   Today, Gold followed the trends of oil and the euro, as all three assets clearly began to strengthen. The safe haven appeal continues to coincide with G... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/4/2012

PREDICTION ON QE3 ROLLOUT; S&P FORESEES GREECE EXITING EUROZONE Today, gold followed the trends of the euro and oil as all three assets clearly began to strengthen.  The safe haven appeal continues to coincide with gold as Je... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/4/2012

LACKLUSTER JOBS REPORT COULD SPUR MORE EASING   The Federal Open Market Committee has never taken QE3 off the table. The possibility of a third round of quantitative easing has remained an option should the circumstances warrant it. Many analysts view Friday’s dismal jobs report as just the sort of circumstance that might trigger the next round of easing. The report’s 69,000 new jobs added was disappointing, but the news was all the more lackluster considering the... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report, 6/1/2012

GOLD PRICE UP MORE THAN $75 FROM FRIDAY MORNING LOW   Gold prices slipped below $1,550 in early morning trading before closing Friday around $1,625. The dismal American jobs report sank stocks around the globe, while Gold again became a safe haven for nervous investors. Gold was up 4 percent on the day. It began the day in negative territory. Is... Read More

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