November 2010

Bullion Prices Rally in November 2010

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 30, 2010

Bullion prices rallied on the final day in November 2010, capping a string of four straight monthly gains for gold and silver and a fifth for palladium. In November, gold rose 2.1%, silver surged 14.9% and palladium advanced 9%. Of the precious metals, only platinum declined during the month, falling 2.4%.

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Gold Prices Rise, Silver Bullion Coins Slow

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 23, 2010

Gold prices increased on Tuesday, supported by continuing concerns over European-nation debt issues and safe-have demand following North Korea’s attach on South Korea. In New York futures prices, December gold added $19.80, or 1.5%, to $1,377.60 an ounce. Its lowest intraday price was $1,355.60 while it reached a high of $1,382.90. Gold prices are 26% higher […]

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Bullion prices closed mixed on Friday, leaving weekly gains the same way. Gold fell more than other precious metals this week, dripping 1%. Silver performed the best, rising 4.8%. Both gold and silver U.S. Mint American Eagle Bullion coins found more buyers than last week. In New York bullion futures, gold prices for December delivery fell […]

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Precious Metals Prices Rally, US Bullion Coins Unchanged

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 18, 2010

U.S. precious metals futures prices rallied Thursday, with gold and platinum each rising more than 1% and silver and palladium surging between 5% and just over 6%. Weakness in the U.S. dollar and a stronger euro helped lift metals and other commodities. Dip buying also contributed. In New York futures prices, December gold rose $16.10, or […]

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Gold Prices Nearly Unchanged, Bullion Silver Eagles Sail

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 17, 2010

It was a mixed day in bullion prices on Wednesday. Gold and platinum prices edged lower during a more relaxed day of trading, but silver and palladium prices cruised higher with respective gains of 1.1% and 1.4%. In New York futures prices, December gold closed to $1,336.90 an ounce, dipping $1.50 or 0.1%. The yellow metal […]

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Precious Metals Prices Fall, US Bullion Gold and Silver Eagles Rise

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 16, 2010

Bullion prices plunged Tuesday while bullion American Eagle coins continued to rise. Gold fell to its lowest level in nearly two weeks. A variety of factors were cited for the decline, among them included: a rebounding U.S. dollar, higher margin requirements by Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), and fear that China will raise rates which could […]

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After a strong start to the week, U.S. precious metals plunged on Wednesday and Friday, pulling prices down for weekly losses. Gold futures prices were hit on Friday for their biggest one-day loss since July 1, 2010.

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Bullion Prices Rebound After Thrashing

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 11, 2010

U.S. precious metals prices rebounded Thursday, one day after gold declined modestly while silver, platinum and palladium plummeted. Gold recaptured $1,400 an ounce with a 0.3% increase. Silver prices handily returned to above $27 an ounce with their 2% increase. Platinum and palladium rose as well, posting respective gains of 0.5% and 1.1%.

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Gold Prices Drop, Silver Plummets and Bullion Coins Soar

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 10, 2010

U.S. bullion prices fell Wednesday. Gold declined the most in a week, snapping a string of four straight record highs. Silver tumbled the most since 2008, and fell from a 30-year high. Platinum and palladium declined as well. In New York futures prices, December gold retreated $10.80, or 0.8%, to $1,399.30 an ounce. Its lowest intraday […]

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Gold and Silver Weekly Prices Soar to Highs, Bullion Coins Rally

by Bullion Prices Staff on November 6, 2010

Gold and silver weekly prices soared this week, with the yellow metal rallying 3% and the white metal surging 8.9%. Bullion prices did register two "down days" this week — modest retreats on Monday and a large drops on Wednesday. However, the declines paled to the enormous precious metals price gains registered after the Federal […]

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