Gold Rebounds to 7-Month High, Silver Surges, US Coins Advance

by CoinNews.net on September 27, 2012 · 4 comments

Gold Eagles and Silver Dollars

September sales of American Eagle gold coins jumped to the second best monthly level of 2012

Gold rebounded from a two-week low on Wednesday to a seven-month high on Thursday as buying sparked from news of austerity steps in Spain and hopes for new stimulus measures in China.

Gold prices for December delivery rallied $26.90, or 1.5%, to $1,780.50 an ounce on the Comex in New York — the biggest gain since September 13. The settlement price was the highest since gold closed at $1,788.40 an ounce on February 28. Prices traded from an intraday low of $1,753.20 to a high of $1,782.90.

"The precious metals made a midday surge, to extend earlier price gains, on news that Spain’s government announced its budget plan will meet deficit targets this year, which the market place greeted with approval," Jim Wyckoff noted in the PM Kitco Metals Roundup.

"Meantime, growing optimism that China will further stimulate its economy following a big central bank injection of liquidity into China’s financial system earlier Thursday also helped to give the precious metals markets a boost."

In other New York bullion prices:

  • Silver for December delivery surged 72.6 cents, or 2.1%, to settle at $34.666 an ounce. Silver ranged from $33.905 to $34.815.

  • Platinum for January delivery added $11.90, or 0.7%, to $1,651.10 an ounce, trading between $1,632.60 and $1,662.90.

  • Palladium for December delivery advanced $9.55, or 1.5%, to $635.40 an ounce, ranging from $626.30 to $637.95.

London Bullion Prices

Precious metals in London were higher as well. In contrasting the latest London PM fixings:

  • Gold tacked on $18.25, or 1.0%, to $1,763.00 an ounce,
  • Silver added 7.0 cents, or 0.2%, to $33.95 an ounce,
  • Platinum advanced $31.00, or 1.9%, to $1,652.00 an ounce, and
  • Palladium rose $10.00, or 1.6%, to $634.00 an ounce

U.S. Mint Bullion Coins

U.S. Mint bullion sales advanced for the third time this week.

22-karat American Eagle gold coins gained 7,000 ounces for a September total of 68,500 ounces. That marks the best monthly amount since January.

99.9% fine American Eagle silver coins rose by 30,000 to 3,255,000. The coins on Monday had already logged the highest monthly total since January.

In other U.S. Mint bullion product sales Thursday, 24-karat American Buffalo gold coins climbed 500 and 99.9% fine America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coins rose 200.

Below are the latest daily, September and year-to-date bullion sales as published by the U.S. Mint.

Sales of US Mint American Eagle and Buffalo Bullion Coins
  Daily Sales September Sales YTD 2012
$50 American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins 6,500 63,000 410,500
$25 American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins 0 2,000 61,000
$10 American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins 0 4,000 62,000
$5 American Gold Eagle Bullion Coins 5,000 35,000 250,000
$50 American Gold Buffalo Bullion Coins 500 8,500 96,500
American Silver Eagle Bullion Coins 30,000 3,255,000 25,795,000

 

Sales of America the Beautiful 5 Oz. Silver Bullion Coins
  Daily Sales September Sales All-Time Total
2012 El Yunque National Forest 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 1,200 17,900
2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park 5 oz. Silver Coins 200 200 17,200
2012 Acadia National Park 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 2,900 18,000
2012 Hawai’i Volcanoes 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 10,400 10,400
2011 Olympic National Park 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 0 85,900
2011 Vicksburg National Military Park 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 0 39,500
2011 Chickasaw Park 5 oz. Silver Coins 0 0 29,700
TOTAL 200 14,700 218,600

 

Sales figures above are in the number of coins sold, not in the amount of ounces sold.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Joe September 27, 2012 at 6:47 pm

Just never know.

Kevin September 28, 2012 at 12:38 am

“Gold rebounded….to a seven month high.” Will Nadler ever admit to anything like that?

j macek September 29, 2012 at 6:18 am

i see gold at 2500 by april1 2013. the fundamentas are there.. pffft.. they were there 3 years ago.. but IMF and central banks have to climbsslowly.. or too obvious.. they run the world.. lol

j macek September 29, 2012 at 6:25 am

i believe the world is in for a fast one. what they are doing is creating a one world order.. by destroying the value of all paper money all over the world… whatever way they can, than to get the whole world on the gold standard again.. by fear obviously (notice how all the central banks around the world are buing IF gold). then when we. re all broke and need a solution.. they. ll create a digital money id and the whole world, like the dollar bil.. will accept this as a standard… sad because its happening right before your eyes.. wake up pal!!

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