Metals market

Platinum has been ignored for too long. Future demand will drive platinum back towards $2,000. It’s been there before; it won’t be that hard to get back.
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Gold gained $6.50 on Friday to close at $1078.20, a loss of 0.65% for the week. Silver was down by $0.16 to close at $13.95 a loss of 4.12% for the week. Platinum lost $11 to $841.
Gold fell by a dollar yesterday to close the day at $1071.70. Silver lost $0.04 to $14.11. Platinum lost $2 to $852.

Luisa Moreno, managing partner and analyst with Toronto-based Tahuti Global, says there are many things investors must pay attention to when it comes to cri

There has been much action in precious metals. It seems as though a very important decline has swept through the market and that it might even continue.

With all the focus on the Chinese lowballing their total institutional gold holdings, combined CIC, SAFE and PBOC, this week and the continuing attacks and manipulation of the gold market on Sunday night, the latest large increase in Russia’s gold reserves has gone largely unnoticed and barely covered by commentators – especially the more vocal bearish ones.

There are two kinds of constraints when it comes to supply in the physical markets, and anyone building a position in physical metal needs to know the difference.

Catalysts can drive stock prices, and Pershing Gold has had quite a few lately, including a stock split, uplisting to NASDAQ and an updated resource estimate on the Relief Canyon Mine in Nevada.

A daily summary of high-profile members of several complexes.