Gold Bullion Up 1% In Week, Heads For 5th Weekly Gain As Bonds Sell Off

Gold Bullion Up 1% In Week, Heads For 5th Weekly Gain As Bonds Sell Off

Gold bullion set for fifth week of gains as dollar slumps  (Reuters.com)

Asia Stocks Are Mixed as Euro Gains, Bonds, Gold Bullion Steady (Bloomberg.com)

U.S. runs December budget deficit of $23 billion – Treasury (MarketWatch.com)

Uproar over crackdown on cryptocurrencies divides South Korea (Reuters.com)

Wal-Mart Raises Hourly Wage to $11 in Wake of Tax Overhaul (Bloomberg.com)

Bill Gross of Janus: ‘Bonds, like men, are in a bear market’ (Reuters.com)


Gold prices in USD this week. Source (GoldCore)

The $50 Trillion Question for Bonds (Bloomberg.com)

Gross Says Bond Bear Market Has Arrived After a 35-Year Run (Bloomberg.com)

David Stockman – Thundering Collision Coming in Bond Market (Youtube.com)

The Danger of Soaring Global Debt (DailyReckoning.co.uk)

Bondmageddon? … Watch The Bond Market, Not Equities – Tett (FT.com)

 

This Week’s Market Updates

– Gold Prices Rise To $1,326/oz as China U.S. Treasury Buying Report Creates Volatility
– Gold Hits All-Time Highs Priced In Emerging Market Currencies
– World is $233 Trillion In Debt: UK Personal Debt At New Record
– 10 Reasons Why You Should Add To Your Gold Holdings

Gold Prices (LBMA AM)

12 Jan: USD 1,332.90, GBP 978.75 & EUR 1,099.78 per ounce
11 Jan: USD 1,319.85, GBP 978.14 & EUR 1,104.45 per ounce
10 Jan: USD 1,321.65, GBP 976.96 & EUR 1,103.31 per ounce
08 Jan: USD 1,314.95, GBP 972.01 & EUR 1,102.19 per ounce
08 Jan: USD 1,318.80, GBP 974.33 & EUR 1,099.09 per ounce
05 Jan: USD 1,317.90, GBP 973.40 & EUR 1,094.25 per ounce

Silver Prices (LBMA)

12 Jan: USD 17.12, GBP 12.56 & EUR 14.12 per ounce
11 Jan: USD 17.01, GBP 12.64 & EUR 14.24 per ounce
10 Jan: USD 17.13, GBP 12.64 & EUR 14.27 per ounce
09 Jan: USD 17.05, GBP 12.60 & EUR 14.30 per ounce
08 Jan: USD 17.17, GBP 12.68 & EUR 14.33 per ounce
05 Jan: USD 17.15, GBP 12.66 & EUR 14.24 per ounce

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