Tag Archives: silver

Silver Content in the Vince Lombardi Trophy: Super Bowl XLIX

Happy Super Bowl XLIX weekend, everybody! Everybody knows what the famous Super Bowl trophy looks like – it depicts a football in kicking position (of course!) on a three concave-sided stand. It is named after the legendary NFL football player, coach, and executive Vince Lombardi, who was the head coach of Green Bay Packers in […]

Gold Futures Drop as Payrolls in U.S. Surge by Most Since 2012

Gold slumped after the U.S. added the largest number of jobs in almost three years, fueling concern that the Federal Reserve will move closer to raising interest rates. Silver declined. Prices for gold options betting on a rally tumbled, and the metal’s 60-day historical volatility climbed to the highest since March. The dollar rose to […]

Gold Market: Gold Gains Most in 14 Months as Oil Rally Revives Demand

Gold Market Updates Gold and silver futures climbed the most since September 2013 as a rally for oil prices revived demand for the metals as stores of value. Crude futures in New York rose as much as 4.8 percent, rebounding from a five-year low. Gold earlier fell to a three-week low after Swiss voters rejected […]

Gold Market On The Cusp Of A Spectacular & Historic Turn

One day after the Dutch announced to the world that they have repatriated 122 tons of gold, today one of the top economists in the world sent King World News what he says is his most important piece ever regarding the gold market.  Below is the fantastic piece from Michael Pento. What really drives the […]

PRWeb Invite Our CEO, Joseph Castillo, Talking About Rebranding – Crypto Bullion Group

Bitcoin’s Favorite Bullion Dealer Reinvents Itself as Crypto Bullion Group In order to adequately account for their prominence in the Bitcoin community and with full philosophical dedication to the sound monetary principles embodied within crypto-currency, Agora Commodities will be launching a new website by the end of 2014 using Crypto Bullion Group as their trade […]

Oil Price Plunge Tells Morgan Stanley OPEC Action Is More Likely

OPEC is becoming more likely to curb oil supply when it meets next week because of the scale of this year’s price rout, according to Morgan Stanley. Brent crude, the global benchmark, slumped 31 percent since rising to its 2014 peak on June 19. A 15-to-20 percent move normally prompts the Organization of Petroleum Exporting […]