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Silver returns YTD 2016

Silver Returns

by / on 07/05/2016, 4:30 PM / in Today's Economy, Gold & Silver News

Silver Return is Up 44.14% Year-to-Date Here is a snapshot of today’s precious metal prices. Gold is trading higher at $1355.70, up $3.80/0.28% per ounce, Silver is trading $19.92, down -$0.46/2.31% per ounce, Platinum is trading higher at $1075.60, up $3.8/0.35% per ounce, and Palladium trading $603.90, down $13.7/-2.27% per ounce. Spot Prices Price Change(T-1) Gold $1355.70 +$3.80/0.28% Silver $19.92 -$0.46/2.31% […]

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Higher Gold Prices After BREXIT

by / on 06/27/2016, 11:45 AM / in Today's Economy, Gold & Silver News

Gold prices on news of a BREXIT. Gold is up 24.46% on the year, seriously outpacing equities in 2016. What’s happening in the precious metal markets after Britain’s decision to move away from the E.U. To start, there is a lot of fear in the market. As sovereigns show their propensity to find safe harbor in gold and treasuries, you […]

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Janet Yellen is deciding on a big move, and soon. Interest rates could be higher in January 2016.

Interest Rates Going Up in December’s FOMC

1 by / on 12/08/2015, 4:15 PM / in Today's Economy, Gold & Silver News

Interest rates could be going up, are we ready for that? Gold Market Snapshot Before we get to those exciting interest rates, let’s take a look to see what’s happening to Precious Metals Spot Prices for Tuesday, 12/08/2015 10:45AM Central Time: #GOLD PRICES TODAY $1073.7 +$1.7/0.16% #SILVER PRICE TODAY $14.19 -$0.11/-0.78% #PLATINUM PRICE S TODAY $853.7 -$5.8/-0.68% #PALLADIUM PRICE $548.4 -$4.2/-0.77% via […]

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Silver Prices performed admirably as the FED and Swiss National Bank marked the biggest losers of the week.

Silver Prices The FED and the Swiss National Bank & The Resiliencey of Platinum & Silver

by / on 06/28/2013, 5:34 PM / in Platinum & Palladium News, Stock Market News

Notes From Underground: Last Week’s Two Biggest Losers and the Vigor of Silver Prices Another day, another week, another month and another quarter. It is hard to believe that we have now reached the halfway mark for 2013 and it has been anything but boring. The next quarter should be just as volatile as the German elections take center stage and […]

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