Gold Slips as US Inflation Dips in August, Falls More after FOMC Gold prices settled lower for the first time in three sessions, pinned by easing U.S. inflation and the Federal Open Market Committee’s latest statement.

Gold for December delivery shed 80 cents to close at $1,235.90 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold moved lower still in after-hours trade [...]

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US Mint Sales: Coin Covers and Coin Sets DebutNew $1 coin covers, quarters sets and annual uncirculated sets sparked interest and helped buoy sales across other United States Mint products.

Sales gains widened with 91 older products outperforming their prior weekly sales compared to 56 previously [...]

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Canadian 2014 $5 Poinsettia Silver Coin with Niobium ColoringThe Royal Canadian Mint launched its third release from a series featuring popular flowers with the 2014 $5 Poinsettia Fine Silver Coin with Niobium Coloring.

Highlighting the coin’s design is a poinsettia flower that has been individually oxidized to permanently change the color of the metal. Surrounding the niobium core is 99.99% pure silver [...]

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Gold Gains for Second Session, Silver for ThirdGold prices advanced for a second session in a row Tuesday, though many investors were sidelined, looking ahead to the Fed’s policy announcement on Wednesday.

Gold for December delivery added $1.60, or 0.1%, to settle at $1,236.70 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange [...]

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US Mint Numismatic Gold Coin Prices May DeclineUnited States Mint numismatic gold coin prices are poised for reductions Wednesday, keeping them better aligned with falling gold.

Wednesdays are when the U.S. Mint averages recent┬áLondon gold Fix prices┬áto determine if there’s the need to lower or raise its product pricing [...]

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2014 Presidential $1 Four-Coin Sets from Denver and PhiladelphiaToday, Sept. 16, the United States Mint began selling its annually issued Presidential $1 Four-Coin Sets. Like past sets, buyers have options of two products. One is with coins struck at the Philadelphia Mint and one is with coins produced at the Denver Mint.

In each are circulating quality examples of this year’s dollars featuring portraits of [...]

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Gold Rises for First Time in Six Sessions, Silver Inches HigherGold prices on Monday climbed from an 8-month low to settle higher for the first time in six sessions.

Gold for December delivery gained $3.60, or 0.3%, to end at $1,235.10 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange [...]

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2014 Great Sand Dunes 5 Oz Silver Uncirculated Coin ReleasedGreat Sand Dunes National Park makes one of its final appearances on a collectible product with today’s United States Mint release of a three-inch, five ounce silver coin bearing a reverse design emblematic of the site in Colorado.

New from the U.S. Mint is the 2014-P Great Sand Dunes silver coin, the fourth issue of the year and the 24th overall from the series of America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins [...]

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5 Oz Coins, $1 Sets, US Mint Visits, and Popular Coin NewsThis week the United States Mint will introduce two products. Up first, on Monday, is the 2014-P Great Sand Dunes National Park Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin for $154.95. Then on Tuesday comes 2014 Presidential $1 Coin Sets from Philadelphia and Denver for $12.95 each.

We’ll offer coverage on these releases, new world mint coins, plus stories about our recent trips to the West Point Mint and San Francisco Mint [...]

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Gold Ends Week at 8-Month Low; US Mint Bullion Coins SplitGold dropped for a fifth session in a row, settled at an 8-month low, and notched a second straight week of declines.

U.S. Mint bullion demand was mixed like the previous week, but swapped in focus with silver coin sales stronger and gold coins sales weaker [...]

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