Gold and Silver Prices Move Above Key $1,500 and $17 Levels Again


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Gold reclaims $1,500 mark as focus turns to Fed

Gold steady after slide below key $1,500 level

Gold slips 1% as equities, U.S. Treasury yields rise

Wall St. rallies on stimulus cheer, Apple leads tech gains

Powell gets the chance this week to make up with markets after his ‘midcycle adjustment’

We May See A Squeeze In The Silver Market Next Week

Negative rates, Gresham’s Law, and a parabolic move in gold



Gold Prices via LBMA (AM/ PM Fix – USD, GBP & EUR)

19-Aug-19 1499.35 1496.60, 1236.66 1235.29 & 1350.76 1348.89
16-Aug-19 1509.05 1515.25, 1242.55 1246.14 & 1361.46 1367.82
15-Aug-19 1517.65 1515.65, 1254.49 1250.26 & 1361.48 1363.78
14-Aug-19 1500.35 1513.25, 1241.69 1253.73 & 1341.61 1356.17
13-Aug-19 1527.20 1498.40, 1265.90 1240.38 & 1363.48 1338.67
12-Aug-19 1501.95 1504.70, 1244.82 1243.63 & 1343.64 1341.74
09-Aug-19 1503.50 1497.70, 1242.19 1240.99 & 1342.02 1338.05
08-Aug-19 1497.40 1495.75, 1230.26 1234.14 & 1335.08 1335.70
07-Aug-19 1487.65 1506.05, 1225.82 1239.33 & 1330.11 1341.44
06-Aug-19 1461.85 1465.25, 1199.59 1201.21 & 1304.85 1311.11
05-Aug-19 1457.45 1465.25, 1199.92 1203.85 & 1307.92 1310.23
02-Aug-19 1436.05 1441.75, 1184.17 1187.28 & 1294.02 1298.44


Gold in USD – Monthly – 10 Years



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