Gold and Silver Prices and News

Gold and Silver Prices and News
Gold edges up, but stays near 7-wk low on Fed rate hike outlook – Reuters

Gold Snaps Six-Day Losing Streak as Rally in the Dollar Pauses – Bloomberg

Oil prices top $50, Asian shares struggle as China sags – Reuters

Pound Could Lose Its Reserve Currency Status on Brexit, S&P Warns – Bloomberg

Brexit Could Force UK to Extend Austerity by Two Years – Bloomberg

 

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Gold Prices (LBMA AM)
26 May: USD 1,226.65, EUR 1,097.24 and GBP 834.37 per ounce
25 May: USD 1,220.75, EUR 1,094.77 and GBP 834.63 per ounce
24 May: USD 1,242.65, EUR 1,111.18 and GBP 852.71 per ounce
23 May: USD 1,250.40, EUR 1,115.84 and GBP 860.89 per ounce
20 May: USD 1,256.50, EUR 1,120.18 and GBP 862.75 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)
26 May: USD 16.46, EUR 14.73 and GBP 11.20 per ounce
25 May: USD 16.21, EUR 14.54 and GBP 11.06 per ounce
24 May: USD 16.27, EUR 14.55 and GBP 11.14 per ounce
23 May: USD 16.31, EUR 14.55 and GBP 11.27 per ounce
20 May: USD 16.56, EUR 14.76 and GBP 11.35 per ounce


Recent Market Updates
– World’s Largest Asset Manager Suggests “Perfect Time” For Gold
– Gold As “Extremely Low-Risk Asset” – Rogoff Advises Creditor Nations
– Silver – “Best Precious Metals Trade”
– Bank Bail-Ins Pose Risks To Depositors, Investors & Economies
– Take Delivery of Gold and Silver Coins, Store Gold Bars – Hobbs

– George Soros Buying Gold ETF And Gold Shares In Q1
– Hedge Funds Take Record Long Silver Position As Silver Bullion Deficit Surges

 

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