November 2009

Gold Prices Recover to Reach $1,185/oz – 11/30/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 30, 2009

Gold on Monday climbed following Friday’s retreat as concerns of a debt default in Dubai weakened, as did the US dollar which sent the yellow metal higher. Gold reached $1,185 in New York before settling a few dollars lower. Silver and platinum also posted daily gains. New York precious prices follow: Gold for February delivery […]

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Bullion Weekly Report – 11/28/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 28, 2009

Precious metals fell Friday on worries of a debt default by Dubai World, which helped push the dollar up and made commodities less attractive to investors. In London bullion weekly prices, gold declined 3.2 percent, silver fell 2.4 percent and platinum lost 0.8 percent. Gold was fixed Friday at $1,104.00 an ounce, dropped $36.00 this […]

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Gold Prices Fall From Record, Silver Plunges – 11/27/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 27, 2009

Gold’s nine day winning streak ended Friday as the US dollar rose as worries of debt default in Dubai surfaced following news of their efforts to delay billions in repayments for six months. Gold fell slightly more than 1%, while silver and platinum lost more than 2%. New York precious prices follow: Gold for December […]

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Gold Prices Hit New Record Above $1,189 – 11/25/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 25, 2009

Precious metal prices jumped on Wednesday as the dollar slumped. Gold was also spurred forward to a new record by reports that India’s central bank may purchase more gold from the International Monetary Fund. New York precious prices follow: Gold for December delivery jumped $21.20, or 1.8 percent, to $1,187.00 an ounce. It ranged from […]

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Gold Rises for Day Eight, Silver Declines – 11/24/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 24, 2009

US gold prices were lifted by investors on Tuesday despite a slightly higher dollar. The gain was small at 0.1%, but marked the eight day of increases. Silver and platinum declined. New York precious metal prices follow: Gold for December delivery rose $1.10 to $1,165.80 an ounce. It ranged from $1,157.70 to $1,171.70. Silver for […]

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Gold Hits Record at $1,174/oz, Silver Advances – 11/23/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 23, 2009

New York gold futures jumped to a record on Monday after the US dollar sagged against other world currencies. The yellow metal has finished higher for seven straight trading days. In other metals, silver hit a more than one-year high while platinum advanced 1.8%. New York precious metal prices follow: Gold for December delivery jumped […]

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Bullion Weekly Report – 11/21/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 21, 2009

Precious metals enjoyed solid weekly gains in both New York and London. Inflation and economic concerns topped with worries over a weaker US dollar were issues most cited for gold’s rise, and the other metals following. In London bullion weekly prices, gold rose 3.3%, silver surged 5.0% and platinum soared 5.6%. Gold was fixed Friday […]

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Gold futures in New York moved higher Friday for the sixth consecutive trading day as the US dollar showed weakness. The yellow metal has now posted three weekly gains. Silver and platinum prices edged slightly lower, with both retreating 0.1%. New York precious metal prices follow: Gold for December delivery rose $4.90, or 0.4%, to […]

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Gold Ends Higher, Silver Advances – 11/19/2009

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 19, 2009

New York gold futures squeaked out a small gain Thursday despite a US dollar that showed better strength. In the end, the yellow metal rose 70 cents, silver added 4 cents and platinum declined $8.10. New York precious metal prices follow: Gold for December delivery ended at $1,141.90 an ounce. It ranged from $1,130.00 to […]

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Precious metals were on fire for at least a portion of Wednesday as gold recorded a new all-time high with the help of a falling dollar and silver and platinum reached more than one year highs. Each later retreated, giving back some of their gains, with platinum actually ending lower on the day by $10.50. […]

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