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  • South African central bank increases gold holdings

    Gold reserves in the African continent's largest economy grew 2.7 percent last month, driven by price spikes in the value of the precious metal and decreases in value of the world's reserve currency, according to Bloomberg. South Africa's gross reserves for the yellowish metal and foreign currency ...
  • Rare Gold Coins at Center of Philadelphia Court Case

    A Philadelphia family and the federal government are facing off in federal court over 10 Double Eagle gold coins from 1933, according to published reports. Joan Langbord and her two sons contend they found the coins in 2003 while the government charges Langbord's father acquired the gold coins ille...
  • Gold Proves Successful in Fight Against Cancer

    Gold has been traditionally used to protect wealth. And now the precious metal also can protect health. An English university announced researchers have devised a method of using the precious metal to prevent blood from nourishing malignant tumors. Small dosages of gold nanoparticles can influen...
  • Debt of the United States Government on Negative Credit Watch Due to S&P

    On Monday, April 18, 2011, in a move that surprised many but not all, S&P put the debt of the United States Government on negative credit watch. Interestingly, after release of news that would typically be negative for government debt and the currency of the country issuing the debt (witness Gr...
  • Where Should I Store My Gold?

    The location and method you choose to store and secure your gold, silver and rare coins is a very personal matter. It's a decision that should be based upon your particular circumstances, concerns and intentions. There are generally five recognized methods for storing gold – each with their outsp...
  • Silver Trophy Seized by Victors

    The tallest professional hockey player in history initially looked to have trouble handling the most coveted, well-known sports trophy shortly after the team he leads captured the precious metal memento. Lord Stanley's Cup was won Wednesday night by the Boston Bruins who prevailed 4-0 in decisive G...
  • Gold Standard, Precious Metal Coins Prompt Strong Opinions

    As speculation to establish a gold standard gains momentum, economists are increasingly opposed to the idea, the Los Angeles Times reports. However, the increasing trendiness of using gold and silver coins as legal tender is viewed as a first step toward that end, and at least 12 states are present...
  • Royal bride to wear ring of rare Welsh gold

    When royal bride Kate Middleton marries Prince William later this month, she'll partake in a time-honored, long-standing custom of the royal family and wear a ring made of rare Welsh gold. The Associated Press reports Middleton will follow-through with the custom of nearly 90 years following the Ap...
  • Golden Arches plus gold coins equals golden opportunity

    In what clearly is nothing short of a golden opportunity, the Golden Arches is giving away gold coins. The management group for McDonald's restaurants in Qatar is giving customers a chance to win 36 gold coins, each one containing four grams of gold, according to the Gulf Times. All they have to do...
  • Gold nugget finder describes search

    The Northern California man who found a 6-plus pound gold nugget acknowledged he was lucky when stumbling on the find, according to the Sacramento Bee newspaper. But in an interview with the publication, for which he insisted on anonymity at least until the nugget is auctioned, he cited his knowled...

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