May 2011

Bullion Prices Retreat in May 2011, Silver Falls 21%

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 31, 2011

U.S. bullion prices ended mixed Tuesday but declined across the board in May 2011. Gold dipped slightly on the day, the only precious metal to fall, but it slipped the least of the metals during May. In monthly losses, the yellow metal ended down 1.3%. Palladium and platinum followed immediately behind with May losses of 1.4% […]

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Bullion Weekly Prices Surge as Dollar Falls

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 28, 2011

U.S. bullion prices rallied Friday, capping weekly gains that ranged from a low of 1.7% for platinum to a high of 7.9% for silver. Gold and palladium fell in the middle with respective weekly gains of 1.9% and 3.6%. Dollar weakness coupled with worries over the European Union’s sovereign debt crisis were cited for bullion pick-ups. […]

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Gold Prices Inch Lower, Silver Eagle Bullion Nears 3 Million

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 26, 2011

U.S. bullion prices were mixed Thursday. Gold broke away from its string of four session gains, slipping a modest 0.3%. But silver fell further, dropping 0.8% after two straight days of sharp gains. The PGM metals split. Palladium rallied 1.3% while platinum lost 0.1%. In closing, June gold prices dipped $3.90 to $1,522.80 an ounce […]

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Gold, Silver Prices Gain, 1 Oz Gold, Silver Bullion Coins Rise

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 25, 2011

U.S. bullion prices advanced Wednesday. Gold prices rose for a fourth session and silver for a second. The two metals were supported by a falling U.S. dollar, stronger oil prices and continued unease over euro-zone debt. June gold prices advanced $3.40, or 0.2%, to $1,526.70 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile […]

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U.S. bullion prices rallied Tuesday, with gold moving higher and staying above the $1500 an ounce level for a third straight session. The yellow metal closed at its best price in three weeks, advancing 0.5%. June gold prices added $7.90 to $1,523.30 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Gold prices […]

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Gold Prices Advance, Silver Dips, 1 Oz. Bullion Coins Rise

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 23, 2011

U.S. bullion prices were mixed Monday. Gold edged up and toward a two-week high, but other metals declined modestly. June gold prices rose $6.50, or 0.4%, to $1,515.40 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. It was the best closing price for gold since May 10 when prices settled at $1,516.90 […]

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Gold, Silver Weekly Prices Advance, Larger Bullion Coins Rise

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 21, 2011

U.S. bullion prices closed higher Friday, capping weekly gains. Palladium led precious metals, rallying 4.1%. Other weekly advances included 1% for gold, 0.2% for silver and a very modest 10 cents for platinum.

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U.S. bullion prices rallied across the board Wednesday as silver soared 4.8%, palladium jumped 3.2% and gold and platinum each gained 1.1%. The increases mark the first for gold in four sessions and the first in silver for three. June gold prices added $15.80 to $1,495.80 an ounce on the Comex division of the New […]

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Gold Prices Slide Slightly, Silver Declines Toward $34

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 16, 2011

U.S. bullion prices were mixed for a third session Monday. Gold, silver and platinum futures declined while palladium advanced. June gold prices lost $3, or 0.2%, to $1,490.60 an ounce on the Comex in New York. The yellow metal reached a high of $1,504.30 an ounce and fell as low as $1,486 an ounce.

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Gold, Silver Weekly Prices Mixed; Bullion Silver Eagle Surges

by Bullion Prices Staff on May 14, 2011

U.S. bullion prices were mixed Friday and for the week. Gold gave back most of its advances, ending up just 0.1% for the week. Silver was the single precious metal to rise Friday but it lost 0.8% on the week. Palladium and platinum were consistent, falling both on Friday and for the week. Their weekly losses […]

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