Posts Tagged gold sovereign price


Gold Roared Back to Life – September 27, 2012

Gold hovered near one week high on early Friday session, supported by the economic turmoil in Spain, and oil rally.  This is on the heel of a Thursday gold rally to 1.5% higher. Talks from China about more economic stimulus to accelerate its growth provided support for the outlook of gold.  A spike in oil [...]

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Gold Pauses by Mid-Week – September 26, 2012

After a fifth straight week of advances, gold pauses by midweek to catch its breath. Gold slipped to around $1,760 an ounce at the end of Tuesday. On Wednesday morning, gold continues to slip as the rising dollar and the falling stocks keep a check on gold. The recent strength this week for the dollar [...]

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Gold is Golden as Central Banks Flex Muscles – September 22, 2012

The world’s largest central banks have been busy working on their own bond buying plans for the last two weeks.  These massive injections of stimulus into financial systems around the world are creating domino effect for those countries currently sitting on the sideline.  Governments from countries such as Brazil, to Turkey, to India have no [...]

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Gold Slips – All Eyes are on China, September 20, 2012

After two weeks of frantic gold buying activities, gold was lurking around it’s 61/2 month high on Thursday morning. Profit taking sellers moved in. Gold settled in around $1,765 for Dec future at the end of the day. Now, all eyes are on China. Recent economic data from China indicated this growth was indeed slowing [...]

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Gold Resumed its Upward Move after Bank of Japan Announced Its Latest Assets Purchase Plan – September 19, 2012

We are seeing a pattern of competing currencies devaluations.  First it was the European Central Bank that announced a bond buying plan two weeks ago.  Then the Federal Reserve Bank made the announcement last week on the latest round of “Quantitative Easing (QE3)”.  Today, it’s the turn for the Bank of Japan’s announcement on assets [...]

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Recent Gold Price Surge Has Major Impact on Gold Sovereign Prices

Many people choose British Sovereign gold coins as an investment option. The reason for this is that the gold sovereign prices are based not only on the value that they hold as collectibles, but they are also valued at the price that gold is currently valued at by the ounce. If you haven’t been watching [...]

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How the Gold Sovereign Price and Demand Makes it a Better Investment

If you’re interested in investing in gold, especially if you have a fair amount of money to invest in this precious metal, you may have questions as to what form of gold should your investment take. You may be asking if you should invest in gold coins, such as the gold sovereign, or would you [...]

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British Monarchs and their Historical Effects on Gold Sovereign Price

Here is a list of some British monarchs. Their places in history may have significant effects on gold sovereign price and other British coin values. 1694-1702    William III 1702-1714    Anne 1714-1727    George I 1727-1760    George II 1760-1820    George III 1820-1830    George IV 1830-1837    William IV 1837-1901    Victoria [...]

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What Bullion Demand has Done to the Gold Sovereign Price

If you’re looking for a hedge in today’s very volatile trading market, then you might want to run to precious metals as so many other investors have done in the past. This ever growing market offers growth when currency and other paper traded commodities simply don’t. The real question, however, is do you invest in [...]

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