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Post-Brexit global equity loss spells good news for gold.

In the wake of the U.K. vote on Thursday to exit the European Union HSBC looks to gold to challenge $1,400 an ounce. Global markets skidded following the unexpected result in which Britons voted to withdraw from the EU by a 52 percent to 48 percent margin. James Steel, chief precious-metals analyst with HSBC said […]

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Silver and not Gold

Should we be buying Silver and not Gold?

For centuries we have seen Silver being known as the “people’s money”, while gold is called the “money of kings”. However investment demand for silver coins and bars has never been higher. The U.S. Mint, Royal Canadian Mint and Perth Mint all set new records for silver in 2015 and we see them looking to […]

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Gold Starts The Week With A Heavy Fall

The economic uncertainty in Europe pushed gold prices up over $1339 last, but the dire state of the Eurozone does not appear to be troubling traders in the Far East as they profited from sales and dragged the yellow metal down to $1320 before 11am GMT. Precious metals recorded gains for six straight weeks last […]

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Will Silver Dictate Precious Metal Prices in July?

There is a murmur on Wall Street that silver will take over from gold as the new driver for precious metals in July. Silver usually follows her more reputable sister in the price charts, but with a consistently strong performance throughout June, some analysts are predicted silver will dictate prices this month. Technical data certainly […]

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