Bullion Articles and Precious Metal Reports

Daily morning commentary on gold, silver, platinum and palladium, as well as their closing prices in New York and London are provided in the following bullion articles and precious metals reports.

Precious metals surged this week, with London gold rising 2.5 percent, silver soaring 14.4 percent, and platinum jumping 6.8 percent. In black gold, crude-oil closed at its highest point this year to near $59 a barrel. The Dow and S&P climbed to extend gains for eight of the last nine weeks while the Nasdaq increased […]

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Gold rose on Thursday for the fourth straight day while silver continued on a glistening performance for a fifth day in a row and climbed over $14 an ounce. Platinum and crude-oil advanced as well. U.S. stocks, however, retreated. In New York trading futures for bullion: Silver for July delivery surged 32 cents, or 2.3 […]

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Gold gained for the third straight day on Wednesday while silver continued to jump higher for the forth consecutive day. Platinum climbed as well. In other markets, the U.S. dollar gained against other world currencies, U.S. stocks rallied, and crude-oil roared to a six-month high. In New York trading futures for bullion on Thursday: Silver […]

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Gold ended higher Tuesday, although the yellow metal gave away much of its earlier gains later in the day. Silver and platinum moved ahead more firmly. For the first day in five, oil futures fell. U.S. stocks also ended lower following the previous day’s rally. In New York trading futures for bullion on Thursday: Silver […]

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Precious metals kicked back into high gear Monday as the U.S. dollar dropped against other world currencies. Silver soared above $13 an ounce, gold climbed back on top of $900, and platinum jumped over $1,100. In other markets, crude-oil closed to a more than five month high while U.S. stocks also surged to multi-month highs. […]

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Precious metals moved lower this week. London gold lost 2.5 percent, silver fell 4.9 percent, and platinum plummeted 8.4 percent. Crude-oil rallied to its highest close since the end of March, pushing above $53 a barrel. The blue-chip Dow and the S&P returned to positive territory after breaking away from a prior a six-week winning […]

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Gold Dips Below $900

by CoinNews.net on April 30, 2009 · 0 comments

Gold, platinum and silver retreated Thursday following yesterday’s only gain for the metals on the week. Gold wobbled below $900 to close out April with a 3.7 percent loss and a second straight monthly decline. Silver fell and finished 5.1 percent lower on the month. Platinum declined 2.0 percent in April, and marked it first […]

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Precious metals climbed Wednesday for the first time in three days. Gold shifted back above $900 while crude jumped over $50 and then $51 a barrel. U.S. stocks rallied following two days of losses. In New York trading futures for bullion: Silver for May delivery rose 35.4 cents, or 2.9 percent, to $12.754 an ounce. […]

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For the second straight day, precious metals declined. Gold dropped below $900 an ounce, platinum headed downward toward $1,100 and silver lost its luster. U.S. stocks and oil futures were down for day two as well, but suffered only modest losses. Global concern over swine flu was again cited as a confidence buster for markets. […]

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Many sources proffered concerns over swine flu, as a catalyst for markets moving Monday as they did. For specific trends, gold stepped slightly back from a three-week high, platinum declined heavily, oil sank, and U.S. stocks slipped. In contrast, silver shined. In New York trading futures for bullion: Silver for May delivery rose 3.5 cents, […]

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