Monthly Archives: April 2014

30
Apr
2014

Gold Fix Demise May Free Gold’s Price To Rise

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,292.00, EUR 934.67 and GBP 768.32 per ounce.           
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,289.75, EUR 930.02 and GBP 767.07 per ounce.

Gold fell $0.50 or 0.04% yesterday to $1,296.10/oz. Silver slipped $0.10 or 0.51% yesterday to $19.49/oz.

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29
Apr
2014

Silver – The World’s Most Undervalued Asset?

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,289.75, EUR 930.02 and GBP 767.07 per ounce. 
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,302.00, EUR 938.45 and GBP 772.79 per ounce.

Gold fell $6.10 or 0.47% yesterday to $1,296.60/oz. Silver slipped $0.12 or 0.61% yesterday to $19.59/oz.

Gold and silver fell for a second straight session today despite escalating tensions between Russia and the West.

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28
Apr
2014

Russian Sanctions Could See Gold Prices ‘Explode’

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,302.00, EUR 938.45 and GBP 772.79 per ounce.
Friday’s AM fix was USD 1,294.25, EUR 934.88 and GBP 769.38 per ounce.

Gold climbed $9.80 or 0.76% on Friday to $1,302.70/oz. Silver rose $0.04 or 0.2% to $19.71/oz.
Gold and silver finished up for the week – up 0.60% and 0.41% respectively.

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25
Apr
2014

UK Pensions Exposed Without Diversification To Gold As Pensions ‘Time Bomb’ Looms

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,294.25, EUR 934.88 and GBP 769.38 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,283.50, EUR 928.53 and GBP 764.26 per ounce.

Gold climbed $8.50 or 0.66% yesterday to $1,292.90/oz. Silver rose $0.24 or 1.24% yesterday to $19.67/oz.  


Gold in U.S. Dollars – 5 Days – (Thomson Reuters)

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24
Apr
2014

Putin Silver 1 Kilo Coins Minted In Russia

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,283.50, EUR 928.53 and GBP 764.26 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,283.50, EUR 927.38 and GBP 763.76 per ounce.

Gold fell $0.60 or 0.05% yesterday to $1,284.40/oz. Silver fell $0.02 or 0.1% yesterday to $19.43/oz.  

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23
Apr
2014

Man Eats Twelve Gold Bars To Avoid Taxes

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,283.50, EUR 927.38 and GBP 763.76 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,290.75, EUR 935.19 and GBP 767.34 per ounce.

Gold fell $5.00 or 0.39% yesterday to $1,285.00/oz. Silver climbed $0.03 or 0.15% yesterday to $19.45/oz.  

Spot gold bullion prices ticked fractionally higher today but bullion remained below the $1,300/oz psychological level and not far off yesterday’s two-and-a-half-month lows.

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22
Apr
2014

Chinese Banks And 100,000 ‘Outlets’ Selling Gold – Demand To Surge Another 25%

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,290.75, EUR 935.19 and GBP 767.34 per ounce.
April 17th’s AM fix was USD 1,299.25, EUR 937.48 and GBP 771.89 per ounce.

Gold fell $4.90 or 0.38% yesterday to $1,290.00/oz. Silver slipped $0.21 or 1.07% yesterday to $19.42/oz.  


Gold in Euros, YTD 2014 – (Thomson Reuters)

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17
Apr
2014

Ukraine Currency Collapses Nearly 70% Against Gold In 4 Months

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,299.25 EUR 937.48 & GBP 771.89 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,299.00, EUR 938.58 & GBP 773.03 per ounce.

Gold rose $0.20 or 0.015% yesterday, closing at $1,303.10/oz. Silver gained $0.05 or 0.25% yesterday to $19.67/oz.

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16
Apr
2014

Bail-Ins Approved By EU Yesterday – Deposits Over €100,000 Vulnerable

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,299.00, EUR 938.58 & GBP 773.03 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,311.50, EUR 950.43 & GBP 784.06 per ounce.

Gold dropped $23.80 or 1.79% yesterday, closing at $1,302.90/oz. Silver lost $0.37 or 1.85% yesterday to $19.62/oz.

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15
Apr
2014

85% of Pension Funds Will Go Bust Within 30 Years

Today’s AM fix was USD 1,311.50, EUR 950.43 & GBP 784.06 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,324.50, EUR 958.05 & GBP 792.21 per ounce.

Gold rose $8.90 or 0.68% yesterday, closing at $1,326.70/oz. Silver rose $0.04 or 0.2% yesterday to $19.99/oz.

Gold fell from a three week high today on speculation that very tentative signs of an improving U.S. economy will curb demand for the safe haven. A report yesterday showed U.S. retail sales increased more in March than economists forecast.

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