Gold gains for a fourth straight session * Spot gold may test resistance at $1,291/oz- analyst * Indian gold buying seen supporting physical demand
-Bloomberg Intelligence/Kitco "Gold bulls will not be locked up for much longer as gold's hibernation is likely to come to an end soon...
Gold and Silver prices are moderately higher in midday U.S. trading Tuesday, supported by a drop in the U.S. dollar index early this week.
The Great American Coin Hunt (http://www.GreatAmericanCoinHunt.com) began as an idea between a few coin dealers and within just a few days has become a viral, grassroots campaign that tens of thousands of numismatic enthusiasts are planning to participate in.
Analysts were stunned this week to learn that China’s central bank continued its 4-month gold buying spree unabated in March.
2020 ‘Red Book’ reports dramatic changes
The newest edition of the coin hobby’s annual Guide Book of United States Coins (popularly known as the “Red Book”) debuted on April 9. The 73rd edition (with a cover date of 2020) features extensively updated pricing and auction data reflecting the current market for collectible coins, which has seen dramatic ups and downs in the past year. Read More...
"Gold is positioned to become a likely prime destination for safety in the second quarter of 2019 amid deteriorating global macroeconomic conditions and rising geopolitical risks.
"Global demand for gold in 2019 will rise to the highest in four years as higher consumption by jewelers offsets a fall in purchases by central banks, an industry report said on Monday.
Google is reportedly looking to jump aboard the precious metals train, with the new Google Pay investment plan that allows users in India to buy 99.99% pure 24 karat gold, which will be stored in a digital form.
"Gold edged higher on Friday as weak economic data from the euro zone exacerbated fears of a global slowdown