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Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/2/2011

SAFE-HAVEN APPEAL RETURNS ON MANY CONCERNS In overnight trading, precious metals prices have rebounded on a multitude of developing stories that have strong macroeconomic implications. Gold holdings have risen on the news. According to Dan Smith, head of metals research with Standard Chartered, "There is more of a risk aversion-type dynamic developing because of all the complications around Europe and with the Greek referendum on the cards. … All these things will bring some d... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/1/2011

MARKETS CRUMBLE ON PAPANDREOU’S AUSTERITY CURVEBALL Precious metals and stocks ended the day in negative territory on renewed fears of a Greek default.  Precious metals fell initially but recovered throughout the trading day, with gold closing at only a modest loss.  Silver traded in a wide range, at one point falling almost to $32.00 but closed the day at $33.46. Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/1/2011

ALL FOCUS BACK ON GREECE Precious metals prices have steadied quite a bit since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. Yesterday, there was a shift in focus from Greece to Italy. Today, all eyes are back on Greece after Prime Minister George Papandreou called for a referendum vote on the bailout package. Some are now calling for the ousting of Papandreou. The u... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 11/1/2011

GREEK PRIME MINISTER SURPRISES EURO ZONE, CALLS FOR A VOTE In overnight trading, precious metals are down as a result of a domino effect that started – where else? – in Europe.  Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou shocked the euro zone when he called for a referendum on the bailout plan agreed upon last week.  The Greek pe... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/31/2011

MAJOR PLAYER IN GLOBAL FINANCE DECLARES BANKRUPTCY MF Global, a multibillion-dollar trader in commodities and derivatives, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today.  The company was forced to take huge write-offs due to last week’s deal to prevent a Greek default.  Part of the deal was for holders of Greek debt to voluntarily take a 50% write-off on the bonds... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/31/2011

ITALY SQUARELY IN DEBT CRISIS’S CROSSHAIRS Precious metals prices have remained steady since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. The currency market is having a definite influence with Japan’s move to strengthen the yen. However, the biggest news continues to lay in Europe as last week’s summit’s goodwill has quickly evaporated thanks in large part to Italy... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/31/2011

JAPANESE INTERVENTION MEANS STRONGER DOLLAR, LOWER METALS In overnight trading, precious metals were down and stock futures are pointing towards a similar start for Wall Street.  The U.S. dollar is stronger, thanks to the Japanese government intervening in the market in an attempt to curb the yen’s appreciation.  A stronger yen hurts the export-... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/28/2011

GREECE DODGES A BULLET, BUT WILL THE U.S.? Precious metals have stayed steady in today’s trading. Gold is ending the week with its highest weekly gain in two months at approximately 6%. Credit Suisse said in a research note, “Beyond the very near-term we think economic fundamentals will be watched more closely again. In this context, we still thin... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/28/2011

EU FEARS STILL PRESENT, DEBT FOCUS SHIFTS TO U.S. Precious metals prices have remained relatively steady since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. There seems to be an overall lack of optimism of the euro zone debt deal. In addition, the super committee tasked with solving the U.S. deficit problem seems to be unable to come to a resolution. According to The... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/28/2011

OPTIMISM OVER EUROPE REMAINS; INVESTORS STILL WANT SAFE HAVEN In overnight trading, precious metals were down along with stock futures.  It seems that optimism over the EU debt deal remains, but not enough to continue the stock market’s rally.  Joshua Raymond of City Index explained that appetite for risk is still well-sup... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/27/2011

STOCKS POST MASSIVE GAINS ON NEWS OF EURO ZONE DEAL Precious metals are up slightly since the mid-day commentary, pushed by a weaker dollar and euro.  However, stocks were the real news makers today, with the S&P 500 gaining 3.43% as it pushes toward its biggest monthly rally in almost 4 decades. Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/27/2011

METALS UP ON WEAKER DOLLAR Since the morning commentary, stocks have continued to rally on the news of the euro zone debt deal.  The euro has followed, and has also brought gold and silver along with it.  Kathy Lien of GFT said, “Investors around the world are cheering the fact that the Europeans have sucked it up and done what was necessary ... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/27/2011

EURO DEAL BOOSTS STOCKS; U.S. DEBT DEADLINE STILL LOOMS Overnight trading was fairly volatile for gold and silver while platinum, palladium, and global stocks rallied on the news that leaders in the euro zone have agreed upon a plan to shore up Greece’s debt burden and to contain the debt crisis in the whole region.  In the agreem... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/26/2011

CHINESE AID ALLEVIATES FEAR; EUROPE STILL NOT FIXED Gold made nice gains today, although it has backed off slightly since the Mid-Day Commentary.  French President Nicolas Sarkozy will speak directly with the head of the Chinese government, Hu Jintao, to appeal to China for an investment in the European Financial Stability Facility... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/26/2011

DEADLOCK ON EU DEBT CRISIS HEIGHTENS FEARS OF NON-RESOLUTION The concerns hitting the market since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report continue to revolve around the deadlock involving the EU debt crisis inflicted by Greece and corporate earnings in the national markets. The safe-haven appeal of gold seems to have returned based on these economic fears. &quo... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/26/2011

SAFE-HAVEN STATUS ‘RE-EMERGING’ AS EURO UNCERTAINTY REMAINS In overnight trading, gold, silver, and platinum all rose slightly while stock futures gained sharply ahead of a summit of EU leaders taking place today.  Investors seem to be expecting, or at least hoping, that a comprehensive plan will come... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/25/2011

NEWS FROM EUROPE HAS AWOKEN THE SLEEPING GIANT Precious metals continue to rise on the news of the European debt crisis meeting being canceled for this week.  Both gold and silver have broken through to a one-month high, with gold finally passing the $1,700 mark investors have been watching for.  Richard Ross, Chief Technical Strategist at Auerbach Grayson & Co., commented on the jump in prices, “ Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/25/2011

EU DEBT CRISIS WORSENS AS ITALY IS WARNED Precious metals prices have risen since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report on safe haven appeal as consumer confidence dropped, causing a downturn in stock market pricing. The other big news affecting precious metals is the overall picture in the EU as talks were cancelled and Italy was warned to get its ‘economic h... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/25/2011

PRIVATE DEBT HOLDERS REPORTEDLY ASKED TO TAKE 60% HIT ON GREECE In overnight trading, gold and silver rose on worries over the euro zone.  U.S. stock futures are flat, also likely due to the news coming out of Europe.  One stock trader described activity as “very, very quiet,” and said it will probably remain so until U.S. eco... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/24/2011

HEDGE FUNDS PLACE BETS AGAINST RECESSION, SHADOW STILL LOOMS Gold and silver are up slightly in afternoon trading, with both metals up by more than 1%.  Platinum and palladium are the big gainers today, with platinum up by more than 2% and palladium up by 3.5%. Hedge funds seems to be generally betting against another recessi... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/24/2011

ROUBINI GIVES 50/50 FOR RECESSION Precious metals have stayed relatively steady since this morning.  News coming out of Europe is quiet today, and it seems investors are in wait-and-see mode.  Nouriel Roubini, Co-Founder and Chairman of Roubini Global Economics LLC., seems to think the worst is not over.  “Unfortunately, in my view there is a risk, at least a 50 percent probability, that in the U.S., in the eurozone, in the United Kingdom, and in mos... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/24/2011

Precious Metals Prices Are Moving Up – Gold prices have risen over 1% in early morning trading, as European leaders continue to slog towards a bailout plan and there is news that the Chinese economy may look better than forecasted. Gold seems to be bouncing back and forth between a safe-haven play and a commodity. There seems to be less speculation in gold, as measured b... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/21/2011

It is Still All About Europe – The U.S. stock market soared along with precious metals prices on continued optimism going into this weekend’s European summit. Although there are some important differences between France and Germany that have not been worked out, the market is betting a plan will eventually fall into place. Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/21/2011

EURO ZONE TALKS INTENSIFY, MERKEL VS. SARKOZY The course of precious metals prices since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, has seen some volatility but prices are still up for the day. The Greek bailout is still dominating the global economic landscape, as Germany and France have taken strong stances on how to resolve Greek debt crisis. A popular sentimen... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/21/2011

EU SUMMIT IN FOCUS; WHY ONE ANALYST CAN’T TRUST NEWS OUT OF EUROPE In overnight trading, precious metals recovered from yesterday’s losses while stock futures are pushing upwards as well.  All eyes are on the EU summit happening this Sunday and whether a resolution to the European debt crisis will come out of it.  While the market seems to be pricing in such a resolution, Tobias Blattner of Daiwa Capital Markets believes that Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/20/2011

GADDAFI CONFIRMED DEAD; GOLD ENDS LOWER FOR FOURTH STRAIGHT DAY Gold is closing lower for the fourth straight day, although it has risen since the mid-day commentary, amid uncertain optimism by traders and investors.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average has closed opposite its direction the previous day for ten days in a row, indicating indecisive... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/20/2011

INVESTORS COVER LOSSES ON EUROZONE’S INCONSISTENCIES Precious metals have fallen a little in morning trading.  Conflicting news of this weekend’s meeting in Europe on the handling of Greece and other eurozone problems have confused investors, thus spurring the volatile market movements.  James Moore, Research Analyst at FastMarkets.com,... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/20/2011

KEY VOTE IN GREECE TODAY; JOBLESS CLAIMS DOWN; GADDAFI REPORTED DEAD In overnight trading, precious metals were down on renewed optimism that a resolution will be found in the European debt crisis.  A very important austerity vote takes place in Greece today as protesters attempt to bring the country to a standstill by leaving businesses, schools, and docks empty while hospitals run on bare-minimum ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/19/2011

FEAR OF EURO ZONE CALAMITY DRIVES MARKETS IN LATE DAY TRADING Gold and silver have remained relatively unchanged since the mid-day report.  However, stock markets, which were calm in early trading, have sold off somewhat this afternoon. Greece is expected to pass more austerity measures despite protests in the streets by the Greek populace... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/19/2011

EURO ZONE DEBT TALKS STALL, GOLD DROPS Gold and precious metals prices have fluctuated on news that euro zone debt talks have stalled, as well as the U.S. government’s action to limit speculation in commodities markets. According to Richard Hastings, Macro Strategist at Global Hunter Securities, “Gold prices are still right on trend despite the big drop yesterday... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/19/2011

PHYSICAL METALS STILL DESIRED; OPTIMISM IN EUROPE, BUT WHY? Gold and U.S. stock futures are fairly flat this morning.  In the U.S., inflation data was mainly in line with expectations in a report released this morning.  Higher hopes of a resolution to the European debt crisis has investors more interested in ri... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/18/2011

Silver & Palladium Prices Go Positive, While Gold & Platinum Recover - The stock market boomed again today, on reports that Germany and France are moving closer to an agreement on how to fix the European debt crisis. This news also turned precious metal prices around with silver and palladium making positive gains. (... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/18/2011

Precious Metals Prices Move Up -The prices of precious metals have rallied from the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. The concerns involving Chinese economic slowdown, the Greek debt crisis and France being under a credit review for possible downgrade by Moody’s to its AAA rating should boost the safe-haven appeal of gold. The term safe-haven might h... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/18/2011

The Chinese Economy Grows at the Slowest Rate in Two Years –The Chinese economy grew at 9.1% in the third quarter from a year earlier, which is the slowest pace since 2009. This was down from the 9.5% of previous quarters and the expectations of 9.3%. The slowdown is a global concern on two fronts. If the Chinese economy ... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/17/2011

GOLD AS A FOURTH ASSET HELPS PROTECT AGAINST BLACK SWANS Precious metals have recovered slightly against mid-day numbers as the stock market selloff gathers steam but held back as the dollar grew stronger on news out of Europe.  Many investors are still bullish on gold as a fourth asset class due to its inverse relationship with the stock market as wel... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/17/2011

THESE ‘DREAMS’ KEEP ON…DRIVING CONFIDENCE DOWN Precious metals prices have started to drop since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report, due in large part to not-so-flattering remarks out of the euro zone. The majority of precious metals prices is down on the news as confidence is dwindling and fear is coming back into the marketplace. "With renewed concer... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/17/2011

Precious Metals Prices Continue to Drift Upwards - No Quick Solution to the Euro Crisis in Sight - Precious metals prices are up since markets opened Sunday at 5PM (CT). Gold is at a 3-week high. U.S. equity markets were heading for a strong opening, but have since Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/14/2011

The U.S. Rejects Plan to Participate in the European Bailout – Proposals floating about suggest the size of the International Monetary Fund should be doubled with the help of the broader international community, is not going to be supported by the U.S., Canada or Australia. This clearly puts the burden back on Europe. The message seems to be that first they should put their own house i... Read More

Mid-Day Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/14/2011

IMF PUT IN ITS PLACE, U.S. TO PLAY GREATER ROLE Precious metals prices have remained relatively steady since the Morning Gold & Silver Market Report. The continuing European Union (EU) debt crisis continues to be a source of concern for global markets. The G20 conference, which began today, has already seen its fair share of interesting propositions today. Accor... Read More

Morning Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/14/2011

FEARS RETURN TO CONTAGION IN EUROPE; INVESTORS “MORE BULLISH THAN EVER” ON GOLD In overnight trading, precious metals spent time making up for the moderate losses experienced yesterday.  U.S. stock futures are pointing towards a high open today, and were pushed higher by the release of retail sales data that blew past expecta... Read More

Closing Gold & Silver Market Report – 10/13/11

GOLD CAUGHT BETWEEN SAFE HAVEN AND COMMODITY; FITCH IS AT IT AGAIN Precious metals have recovered slightly since the mid-day report, as stocks ended the day weaker after the earlier release of worse-than-expected economic data from China.  Gold seems to be caught in an interesting situation, according to F... Read More

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