The Royal Canadian Mint launched the latest coins from their Canadian Birds of Prey 1 oz silver bullion coin and Call of the Wild 1 oz gold bullion coin series. Continue reading
The Austrian Mint is in the lovely city of Vienna, Austria, home of great music and the seed of much psycho-analysis in the 1920s, such as Wilhelm Reich, The city is responsible for minting the National Austrian Coins. Since 1989 the Austrian Mint, producing one of the worlds’ most popular bullion gold coins, has been a public limited company and a subsidiary of the National Bank of Austria.
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San Diego, California is a major city of California located on the coast of the beautiful Pacific Ocean in Southern California, about 120 miles south of Los Angeles and right on the border with Mexico. San Diego is the eighth-biggest city in the United States and the second-largest in California behind San Francisco. As one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, San Diego is known for its mild year-round climate, natural deep-water harbor, extensive beaches, its base for the US Navy and its healthcare and biotechnology development center. Continue reading
Sales of US Mint American Eagle and American Buffalo sales exploded in January with newly dated 2015 bullion coins enjoying stalwart sales and attracting investors and collectors as gold and silver prices soared during the month. Continue reading
(Reuters) – Russian financial markets saw a muted reaction on Tuesday after ratings agencyS&P downgraded the country’s sovereign credit rating to ‘junk’, with the rouble strengthening and Moscow-listed shares broadly steady. Continue reading
Gold fell Monday on news that the radical, far-left Syriza party won Sunday’s general election in Greece, which sent the euro to 11-year lows in the wake of Mario Draghi’s fateful decision to implement quantitative easing. A lot is happening in Europe.
Some are discussing a possible break up of the bloc, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
The spot gold price at $1,282/20/1,283.00 fell south to $11.20 on Friday’s close, trading within an intraday range of $19. Continue reading
With gold prices now above $1,300 a month for the first time since August 2014 due to the global economic slowdown and plans for future quantitative easing.
Goldbugs are on edge anticipating the end of the bear market, and world events are all leading towards gold’s next leg up. The spot price reached $1,303 while February futures rose to $1,292. All this after a 4.6% increase in the gold price for the first time since 2013 last week. Continue reading
Though oil is still soft, other commodities have been stronger as late, including gold and silver, which is piquing the interest of investors and media personalities.
Gold futures increased markedly as they have for a few days in a row and approached $1,300 per ounce, posting the longest rally in 11 months on speculation that the European Central Bank will boost economics stimulus, increasing demand for the precious metal as a haven. Continue reading
“I’m positive [that] gold GCG5, -0.47% will go up substantially [in 2015] — say 30%,” Faber, whose investment letter is called the Gloom Boom Doom Report, said at Société Générale’s global strategy presentation in London on Tuesday.
“My belief is that the big surprise this year is that investor confidence in central banks collapses. And when that happens — I can’t short central banks, although I’d really like to, and the only way to short them is to go long gold, silver and platinum,” he said. “That’s the only way. That’s something I will do.” Continue reading