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Happy Holidays for Precious Metals?

Jul 07, 2021

As the US started to wind down for the Independence Day holiday, precious metals perked up, although admittedly by pretty small amounts. Even so the moves could be significant given how frequently major U.S. holidays tend to precede changes in the ...

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July 2021 News Digest

Jul 02, 2021

Scholarships are now available for the Coin University program in San Francisco.A 1730 Mexico City-struck cob 8 reales Royal sold for $102,000.Along with lithium, nickel and cobalt, platinum is specifically mentioned in the China State Council’s New ...

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Basel III – A Damp Squib for Gold So Far

Jun 30, 2021

Many gold buyers will have been waiting for the initiation of the latest phase of the Basel III banking accord to come into force for European banks, as it did on Monday June 28th. They will have had varying expectations of its likely effects on ...

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Gold, Silver, The Fed and Price Suppression

Jun 15, 2021

In some other recent articles I intimated that the gold price (closely followed by that of silver) would continue to be mostly data driven, but even so the magnitude of the setback for gold and silver following the recent ADP private sector emplo...

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June 2021 News Digest

Jun 04, 2021

Researchers developed a new catalyst that could significantly reduce energy usage in a variety of industrial and pharmaceutical processes.The Royal Mint has unveiled a 10kg solid gold masterwork, the largest coin in its history, to celebrate the end ...

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A Definitive Month for Gold

Jun 01, 2021

After having experienced a somewhat mixed beginning to the year, with falling prices from January to April, May was a far better period for gold and saw the price recover nicely, although it still remains well below its August 2020 peak. The yell...

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The Inflation Effect on Gold and Silver Prices

May 17, 2021

Precious metals have had a somewhat mixed week and it’s all probably down to expectations with respect to US inflation. Inflation, and any attempts to control it, can be something of a two-edged sword for precious metals. While they are generally s...

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May 2021 News Digest

May 06, 2021

Exploration in Cairo opened back up and gold excavation in Egyptian tombs will commence! A piece of copper struck by the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia in 1794 sold at auction for much more than expected. 3,000-year-old Chinese bronze wine vessels from ...

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