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April News Digest

May 21, 2020

Here is our April News Digest to help keep you well informed about current events and topics going on around the world and at Rosland Capital.

  • A rare Roman coin minted in London thousands of years ago that was recently discovered has been donated to the British Museum. Read more.
  • Forbes provides an analysis of the potential market growth for gold, silver, platinum and palladium in 2020. Read more.
  • With COVID-19 pandemic possibly accelerating precious metal mining industries towards automation, learn more about the current automated mining space and some of their barriers.
  • The 74th edition of the coin-collecting hobby’s annual Guide Book of United States Coins (popularly known as the “Red Book”) debuted on April 7, 2020. Read more about what the new volume will bring.
  • Coin hoard treasure found hidden beneath a Catholic church in Eastern Slovakia. Read more about the treasure and history.
  • New evidence found in soil, including the presence of metallic elements like platinum, has revealed that Abu Hureyra, a Paleolithic village in Syria, may have been destroyed by a comet. Read more.
  • The Great American Coin Hunt is back but digital! Read more about how the event will take place this year.
  • Rare 1,000 year old silver penny from the reign of Edward the Martyr was found in Isle of Wight. Read more.
  • Royal Australian Mint release new Australian Paralympic coin in celebration of achievements and perseverance of the Australian Paralympic Team. Read more.
  • 84 year old diver Jeb Robinson and his team look for rare coins in the wreckage of SS Benmacdui in the North Sea. Read more.
  • U.S. Mint plant temporarily halts gold coin output because of the risk to employees from the coronavirus. Read more.
  • Australia looks to make mining hand free with new laser scanning technology. Read more.
  • With the rise in US demand for gold Australia has ramped up production to ease the supply squeeze. Read more.
  • Aware of the difficulties brought on by COVID-19, Rosland Capital shows solidarity by providing medical workers with food during this time of need. Read more.