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  • U.S. Mint Resumes Production of 1 oz. Platinum Coins

    Select precious metal dealers now offering freshly-pressed platinum bullion coins from U.S. Mint The U.S. Mint resumed the production of one-ounce platinum bullion coins last week based on strong customer and investor demand. The first batch of newly pressed one-ounce platinum bullion coins were...
  • Silver shows signs of independent growth as demand increases says Wall Street Journal

    Although silver appears to be moving, primarily in an upward trajectory, in step with gold, it's also showing signs of independent growth in demand, reported the Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch. “Silver isn’t just tracking gold, it's breaking some ground of its own,” wrote MarketWatch...
  • Silver Dominates at Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday

    As the Seattle Seahawks face the Denver Broncos Sunday in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, they’ll be battling to take home the NFL’s championship Vince Lombardi Trophy. The coveted sterling silver trophy weighs seven pounds and is created from scratch each year by the skilled silversmiths at Tiffa...
  • Perth Mint reveals its 2013 gold sales increased by a whopping 41%

    Gold sales from the Perth Mint in Australia shot up 41 percent in 2013, as gold bullion experienced its worst annual loss in more than 30 years, reported Bloomberg. The Perth Mint refines most of the gold bullion from the second-biggest gold producer. Its 2013 sales of gold coins and minted gold bu...
  • Gold smuggling into India continues to surge upward

    Illegally imported gold continues to flood into India, undeterred and usually undetected from intervening government efforts. Even as official imports of the yellow precious metal into India have decreased dramatically, the actual flow of gold bullion, gold coins and gold jewelry into the country...
  • Rare Jesse Owens Olympic Gold Medal Sells $1.5 Million at Auction

    Jesse Owens’ 1936 gold medal sold for a record-setting $1,466,574 at a Sunday auction. This was the highest price ever paid for Olympic memorabilia, CNN reported. The medal is one of four won by Owens at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Owens’ victory destroyed Adolf Hitler’s intent to demo...
  • Historical Value of Ancient Roman Gold Mine Threatens New Efforts to Mine Deposit

    A Romanian dispute over the historical value of an ancient Roman gold mine has been reignited following a leaked government report. The battle concerns whether the gold mine should be preserved for its historical rarity or mined for its valuable contents, according to a new report from Fox News. The...
  • Widespread Illegal Gold Mining Spawns Old West in Amazon Jungle

    Illegal gold mining in the Amazon has sparked the growth of Old West-style shanty towns in the Peruvian jungle, "under the rule of guns and liquor" reports GlobalPost. A new wave of illegal gold mining has swept Peru, according to a newly released study. Researchers using groundbreaking technolog...
  • Gold attains five week high leading up to October Federal Reserve meeting

    Gold danced around its highest price in five weeks leading up to the U.S. Federal Reserve’s October meeting this week. Investor and analysts widely expect the Fed to make no change to its money-printing stimulus program, reported Bloomberg. Through its stimulus program known as Quantitative Eas...
  • Indian restrictions on gold imports unlikely to decrease gold demand

    September 8, 2013 -- Even as the Indian government tries to curb demand for foreign gold imports with raised import taxes, India’s citizens still demand the yellow precious metal. “Gold is far more than just a nice thing to wear at Indian weddings. It's a key element of the religion and cultu...

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