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 »
Adrian Ash – BullionVault …………
The PRICE of wholesale gold fell back to $1320 per ounce Wednesday lunchtime in London as new data showed the US economy expanding faster-than-expected.
Second quarter GDP rose 1.7%... read more »
by Miguel Perez-Santalla
With photography gone, and PV not plugging the gap, where is silver seeing the strongest demand…?
FOR ALL ITS monetary and investment history, silver is by far an industrial metal today.
The industrial... read more »
Gold Rallies But “Very Oversold” Miners Extend Losses Post-Bernanke
WHOLESALE GOLD traded in a tight range around $1280 per ounce Thursday morning after recovering over a third of yesterday’s $30 drop from 4-week highs.
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by Miguel Perez-Santalla BullionVault ……..
The Photovoltaic industry didn’t start to show on charts of silver demand until the year 2000, when it consumed approximately one million ounces.
Those 31 tonnes were barely a blip... read more »
THE U.S. DOLLAR gold price drifted back below $1390 an ounce Monday morning in London, but remained well within its trading range of the last few weeks, as European stock markets edged higher, with analysts citing Wednesday’s Federal... read more »
The GOLD PRICE fell $10 per ounce after reaching almost $1400 for the 5th time this week in London trade Friday morning.
Silver held tight around $22.50 per ounce, managing only one-third of gold’s 2.0% gain for the week.
After yesterday’s... read more »
by Miguel Perez-Santalla BullionVault ………
Why does silver move so much further, and faster, than gold…?
The SILVER MARKET often gets a bum rap. The reason is that often its gyrations are much greater than those of the... read more »
SPOT MARKET gold bullion prices fell to $1430 an ounce Monday, 1.2% down on where they ended last week, as stock markets also fell and the US Dollar held onto most of its gains from last week.
Silver fell to $23.70 an ounce – 0.8% down on... read more »
By Ben Traynor – BullionVault …………..
What exactly does ‘speculative net long’ mean…?
EVERY FRIDAY, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission publishes data that enable analysts to ‘take the... read more »
GOLD started the week by edging higher Monday, trading around $1475 per ounce by lunchtime in London, as stocks also gained, US Treasuries were broadly flat and the Euro edged higher against the Dollar following news that Italy’s borrowing... read more »
GOLD drifted lower towards $1460 an ounce Friday morning in London, having climbed to its highest level since last week’s price drop at $1485 during Asian trading.
“The next resistance level is $1487,” says a note from technical... read more »
WHOLESALE gold prices rose back above $1430 per ounce Monday morning for the first time since last Monday’s price drop, amid reports of strong buying in Asia, while stocks gained and US Treasuries fell.
Silver meantime ticked higher above... read more »
SPOT MARKET gold prices fell to a fresh two-year low in Tuesday’s Asian trading, dropping to $1322 per ounce, before rallying back above $1386, as stock markets extended yesterday’s losses.
Silver dropped to its lowest level since... read more »
Small Speculators Slash Bullish Bets on Futures Market
The GOLD PRICE ticked lower against the US Dollar early Monday, but held onto the bulk of Friday’s sharp rally at $1577 per ounce as world stock markets rose alongside commodities.
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U.S. DOLLAR prices to buy gold dipped back below $1600 an ounce Tuesday morning, though they remained close to that level by lunchtime in London, as the physical bullion market re-opened following the Easter break.
Stock markets edged higher... read more »
U.S. DOLLAR gold prices fell back below $1600 per ounce Monday morning in London, falling back towards where they started last week, as stocks and commodities gained after news that Cyprus has agreed a bailout deal.
“We expect gold to... read more »
GOLD ticked higher but silver prices stalled Friday morning, as a rise in Asian stock markets failed to carry over into European or pre-opening trade in US equities.
The Euro currency rose sharply through $1.30, knocking the gold price in Euros... read more »
The PRICE of gold slipped again below $1600 per ounce on Thursday – a level first reached on the way up in July 2011 – to head for its worst one-month drop since May as world stock markets rose.
Broad commodity markets were little changed,... read more »
U.S. DOLLAR gold prices climbed back above $1590 an ounce Monday morning, extending gains from Friday following sharp losses last week, while stock markets also rallied, although the FTSE 100 in London saw smaller gains that other European... read more »