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The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of The Great Experiment

The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of The Great Experiment

by Miguel Perez-Santalla – BullionVault Posted on Coinweek ……. After 100 years of the US central bank, does it deserve another try…? SO IT WILL be 100 years on December 23rd since the Federal Reserve was born. The purpose... read more »

 

Analysts Split Over Fed’s 2014 Impact on Gold as QE in Spotlight

Analysts Split Over Fed’s 2014 Impact on Gold as QE in Spotlight

The PRICE of gold bounced from a steady drop Monday lunchtime in London, trading back at $1234 per ounce as Asian stockmarkets ended sharply down but Europe ticked up ahead of this week’s US Federal Reserve policy decision, due Wednesday. China’s... read more »

 

Critical Week Ahead for Gold Bugs as Fed Meets and Bear Market Continues

Critical Week Ahead for Gold Bugs as Fed Meets and Bear Market Continues

LONDON gold in Dollars terms traded flat for the week Friday morning, holding around $1230 per ounceafter what one analyst calls “a tumultuous few days.” Stockmarkets ticked higher but London’s FTSE100 headed for a 1.5% drop... read more »

 

Gold Drops $20, “I’d Rather Buy Silver,” Says Jim Rogers

Gold Drops $20, “I’d Rather Buy Silver,” Says Jim Rogers

WHOLESALE LONDON gold tumbled more than $20 per ounce in quiet trade Thursday morning, falling with world stock markets after the week’s “three-day rally [in gold] prompted some profit-taking” according to one dealing desk. “The... read more »

 

Gold Reverses Sharp Drop on Strong US Jobs Report, Short-Covering “Now in the Air”

Gold Reverses Sharp Drop on Strong US Jobs Report, Short-Covering “Now in the Air”

WHOLESALE gold in London reversed a sharp drop Friday lunchtime, recovering a $20 plunge on the release of US jobs data to trade back above $1230 per ounce, heading for a 1.7% drop on the week. Versus analyst forecasts of 180,000 net hiring... read more »

 

Bearish Bets on Gold Hiked Aggressively But Prices Move Sideways Short Term

Bearish Bets on Gold Hiked Aggressively But Prices Move Sideways Short Term

LONDON prices for gold reflected subdued dealing Monday morning, slipping 0.9% to $1279 by lunchtime as silver and other commodities also dropped but major government bond price edged higher. European shares drifted lower as well, but the MSCI... read more »

 

Speculation “Driving Gold” Near 4-Week Lows as Chinese Gold Market Gets “Massive Vote of Confidence”

Speculation “Driving Gold” Near 4-Week Lows as Chinese Gold Market Gets “Massive Vote of Confidence”

WHOLESALE DEALING in gold was muted Monday morning in London, with prices bouncing off their lowest level in almost 4 weeks at $1280 per ounce as European stock markets rose. Major government bonds ticked higher after Friday’s sharp sell-off... read more »

 

Token Demand for New Hindu Year Leaves Gold Waiting on US Data

Token Demand for New Hindu Year Leaves Gold Waiting on US Data

WHOLESALE trade in London left the price of gold sitting at last week’s finish of $1317 per ounce Monday morning, as European shares rose with government bond prices but commodities slipped. Silver also held flat, trading near $21.90 per... read more »

 

Urge to Dump Gold Finished as US Fed Turns Dovish

Urge to Dump Gold Finished as US Fed Turns Dovish

WHOLESALE London prices of gold sat tight Monday morning, holding onto Friday’s 6-week closing high as European stockmarkets failed to continue a rise in Asian shares. Silver was unchanged with commodities, major government bonds and gold,... read more »

 

Best Week in 11 for Gold on US Short-Covering, Indian Festivals

Best Week in 11 for Gold on US Short-Covering, Indian Festivals

from Adrian Ash – BullionVault ………………… The PRICE of wholesale gold slipped but held near 1-month highs Friday morning in London, heading for the strongest week-on-week gain since mid-August at... read more »

 

The Gold and Silver Bullion Market’s Big Issues, Part I

The Gold and Silver Bullion Market’s Big Issues, Part I

by Adrian Ash BullionVault………… Price action isn’t the big players’ big concern in gold and silver right now… “FAITH and RELIGION,” said Edel Tully of UBS, the Swiss investment and bullion... read more »

 

Sense of Calm Keeps Gold Flat Despite Threat the US Won’t Pay Its Bills

Sense of Calm Keeps Gold Flat Despite Threat the US Won’t Pay Its Bills

PRECIOUS METAL prices were unchanged in what dealers called “thin, quiet” Asian and London trade Monday morning, despite increasing fears the US government will fail to meet its obligations in only 10 days’ time. “Congress... read more »

 

Witch-Hunt Fails in Silver Futures Trading; CFTC

Witch-Hunt Fails in Silver Futures Trading; CFTC

by Guillermo Miguel Perez-Santalla I have to admit, it amazes me how easily the government spends our money. In 2008 the CFTC received a series of complaints about the silver market. According to their release today the most widely asserted... read more »

 

Gold “Fierce” If Fed Surprises, Investment Banks Urge “Sell” as Traders “Spooked”

Gold “Fierce” If Fed Surprises, Investment Banks Urge “Sell” as Traders “Spooked”

The WHOLESALE price of gold fell below $1300 for the first time in 6 weeks Wednesday morning in Asia, as traders in all markets awaited today’s US Fed announcement on QE tapering. Regaining that level in London – a record high when first... read more »

 

Gold Investor Index Hits 4-Month High as Silver Surges

Gold Investor Index Hits 4-Month High as Silver Surges

By Miguel Perez-Santalla Private investor sentiment towards gold bullion rose in August to its best level since April’s 16-month high, according to the latest Gold Investor Index from BullionVault. As the price of gold recovered to $1400... read more »

 
 
 
 
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