Tag: European Debt Crisis

Infographic – Assessing the Potential Risk of a Greek Default

Infographic – Assessing the Potential Risk of a Greek Default

Presented and produced by Gainesvillecoins.com …….   On Friday, April 24, the finance ministers of Europe once again met to discuss the fate of Greece’s bailout program. Although no definitive course of action was expected to come out of this meeting, it was yet another chance to assess the potential consequences if indeed the Greek […]

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 22-29, 2015

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 22-29, 2015

The volatility of global equities was on the rise this week, with significant sell-offs on the major stock exchanges in the U.S. (Tuesday) and China (Thursday). This coincided with a downward revision of first-quarter GDP amid an array of other disappointing economic data in the States. Funds continued to crowd into the bond markets, though […]

The Gold Newsletter – Gold Once Again Weakens over Dollar Strength

The Gold Newsletter – Gold Once Again Weakens over Dollar Strength

Commentary for Tuesday, May 26, 2015 (www.golddealer.com) By Ken Edwards and Richard Schwary of California Numismatic Investments Inc….   Gold closed down $17.10 at $1187.20 on the COMEX today – saying good-bye to last Friday’s close of $1204.30 and throwing any short-term support at $1200.00 overboard. This latest weakness in gold is all about dollar […]

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 18-22, 2015

Gainesville Coins Market Update: May 18-22, 2015

By Gainesville Coins….   It was a largely flat week for equities as trading volumes dropped ahead of the holiday weekend in the U.S. Large investors seem to be staying on the sidelines in the stock market, while the bond market remains uncertain after last week’s sell-off. The precious metals gave back much of last […]

London Gold Market Report 12/08/11 – BullionVault

London Gold Market Report 12/08/11 – BullionVault

from Adrian Ash BullionVault Thurs 8 Dec., 08:35 EST Bullion Rises in “Very Thin” Trade as ECB Cuts Rates, €200Bn Central-Bank Loan Rumored Ahead of EU Summit THE WHOLESALE gold and silver price both continued to rise in London on Thursday morning, recovering the week’s earlier losses despite what dealers called “lethargic”, “thin” and “quiet” […]

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