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March Gold News 2017

24 Mar 2017

It’s been confirmed that a hoard of gold found inside a piano in Shropshire was a collection of sovereign coins.

The collection includes an undisclosed amount of full and half sovereigns.  They were found in the piano just before Christmas ...

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24 Mar 2017

Analysts are predicting an upsurge in the number of investors putting their cash back into gold.

That’s according to Commerzbank analysts who say the fact that the gold price rose to $1,250 an ounce this week is one of the ...

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23 Mar 2017

The gold price has reacted well to last week’s much anticipated U.S rate hike. The price has advanced over $25 per ounce and is fast approaching the psychological $1,250 barrier.

Investors are once again turning to the yellow metal for ...

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20 Mar 2017

The UK could be out of the European Union by March 2019 after it was announced the Prime Minister will trigger article 50 - the formal process of beginning to leave the union - on Wednesday next week.

Two years of negotiations ...

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16 Mar 2017

For the second time in three months, the federal reserve took the decision to increase interest rates by 0.25%. The hike was widely expected, but the cautious tone adopted by Fed Chair Janet Yellen caused the U.S. dollar to fall ...

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14 Mar 2017

There is no doubt that China wants to control the International Monetary System, which is why the emerging superpower has been purchasing huge amounts of bullion via government and private channels.

The Chinese gold market is opaque by design as ...

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08 Mar 2017

On March 15th U.S. federal debt is expected to reach $20 trillion. By law the Trump administration will not be able to borrow a further dollar unless the debt ceiling is raised. If not raised the U.S government will soon ...

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