Thursday, June 17, 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

Offices and factories have shut down. Hospitals are scrambling for equipment and beds. With many people required to stay at home, people working in grocery stores and retail shops are now essential workers.

The crisis has injected uncertainty into what used to be mundane tasks for many people: Is that doorknob safe to touch? Can I go to the gym or do my laundry? Can I hug my grandparents?

We know you have questions about staying healthy, about what to do if you’ve lost your job, what has happened to your retirement investments and which businesses are still open and why.

Below are some of the most common questions and answers on health, life, politics, travel & money.

Health

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...

Life

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...

Travel

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...

Politics

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...

Money

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...

Staying In

Gold, Silver and Other Metals Tumble Thursday, June 17

Precious metals sank Thursday, posting losses ranging from 4.7% for gold to 11.4% for palladium. Gold marked its fourth decline in five sessions,...

Gold Logs First Increase in 4 Sessions; Drops After Fed Statement

Platinum fell on Wednesday while other precious metals gained. Gold's increase was its first in four sessions and follows a one-month. The yellow...

US Mint Sales: Clad 2021 Proof Set Tops 300,000

The U.S. Mint's latest round of sales stats show that the clad 2021 Proof Set hurdled 300,000. Released Feb. 5 for $32, the 7-coin set...

Gold Extends 1-Month Settlement Low

Precious metals prices declined on Tuesday for all but palladium which climbed 0.3%. Gold's fall was its third straight, extending its one-month settlement low. Gold...

2021 American Innovation Dollars for New Hampshire Released

Rolls and bags of New Hampshire American Innovation dollars are the newest products from the United States Mint. Beginning at noon EDT, 25-coin rolls...

Gold Marks 1-Month Low in Week’s Start

Platinum started the week on Monday with a gain while gold, silver and palladium ended the day with losses. Gold's settlement was it's lowest...

NCBA: Dealers, Tell Congress to Support Changes to AML Act of 2020

The Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 became law on January 1, 2021, and Congress is currently developing many specific regulations related to the act. Several...

Gold Registers Second Straight Weekly Loss

Gold prices fell on Friday while they climbed for silver, platinum and palladium. Gold's loss on the day not only brought it into negative...

U.S. Mint Announces Honorees for 2022 American Women Quarters

The United States Mint has announced all five women to be celebrated during the first year of their American Women Quarters™ Program. Authorized under Public Law...

CCAC to Review Designs for 2022 Commemorative Coins and Quarters

The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will hold a two-day meeting by teleconference beginning June 15 to review and discuss candidate designs for commemorative...