April 2010

U.S. metals were mixed on Tuesday. Gold finished slightly higher at 0.2% despite a stronger dollar. The yellow metal typically moves in the opposite direction of the greenback, and along with oil, which also rose slightly. Most other metals ended lower. Silver fell 1.0% and platinum lost 0.3%. In New York precious metal prices, June […]

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Bullion Weekly Prices Surge in April Start

by Bullion Prices Staff on April 3, 2010

US gold, silver and platinum surged to start April and end a holiday-shortened week. A weakened dollar, stronger physical demand and soaring oil prices were among the cited catalysts in lifting metals. New York crude oil for May delivery on Thursday jumped $1.11, or 1.3%, to $84.87 a barrel, soaring 6.1% for the week. Gold […]

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Gold, Metals Rally for Second Straight Day – April 1, 2010

by Bullion Prices Staff on April 1, 2010

Precious metals rallied for a second day on Thursday and on the heels of a positive first quarter which saw gold rise 1.7%. Stronger physical demand, higher oil prices, fund buying, a weaker greenback and increased risk appetite were cited factors in driving the yellow metal to a two-week high during the opening day of […]

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