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Gold, Silver, Metal Prices: Commentary – 10/30/2009

October 30, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

GDP: Great Day to Play Good Day, Friday’s market sessions in precious metals started off on a tamer note, following the best gains in gold in three weeks. Explanations follow. The recapture of the $1045 area is noteworthy, although analysts we polled during the wee hours overseas are trying to define the move as everything [...]

Girl Scout Commemorative Coin Act is Law

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President Obama on Thursday signed the Girl Scout Commemorative Coin Act into law, authorizing the Untied States Mint to strike up to 350,000 silver dollar coins to honor the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America (GSUSA). The coins will be minted and sold in 2013, marking [...]

Gold, Silver and US Stocks Rally

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Gold and other precious metals spiked Thursday, as did crude oil and US stocks following a report by the Commerce Department saying the economy expanded at a 3.5 percent annualized pace in the third quarter. Gold’s rise broke a losing streak that had extended to five days. The Dow and S&P enjoyed their best one-day [...]

2009 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin Launches with Little Issues

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Today at noon ET the United States Mint began selling the 2009 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin for $1,360.00, as it announced on Oct. 22. The one-ounce .9999 fine (24 karat) gold coin is expected to draw significant attention. The US Mint handled early demand in improved fashion compared to the collector blitz and resulting [...]

Austrian Mint’s Vienna Philharmonic 20 Ounce Gold Coin celebrates a 20 Year Success Story

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Twenty years ago in 1989 the Austrian State Mint passed from the Treasury into the ownership of the central bank. The mint was given the freedom to produce and sell products in accordance with the demands of the modern numismatic and investment markets. One of the very first innovations introduced by the new CEO, Paul [...]

‘World’s oldest gold mine’ uncovered in Georgia

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Experts have claimed to have found the oldest gold mine in the world. Located 46 metres below ground level, the mine was first found by archaeologists near the Georgian capital of Tbilisi in 2005, China Central Television reports.The news feeds on this site are independently provided by Adfero Limited © and do not represent the [...]

Indian gold imports soar between August and September

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New figures have revealed that Indian gold imports surged by 72 per cent between August and September as a result of higher demand ahead of the festival season. According to the Bombay Bullion Association, imports rose from 21.8 tonnes in August to 37.5 tonnes last month, the Economic Times reports.The news feeds on this site [...]

Property Developers and Road Contractors Benefit from PolyCom Stabilising Aid

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PolyCom treated water is of great benefit during the initial phase of construction projects. Mine developers, civil roadworks contractors and subdivision specialists benefit from reduced water use and the ability to improve sub-standard soils to make sub-grade improvements. PolyCom enables the use of most materials usually cut to spoil by improving workability of difficult to [...]

HudBay announces restart of Manitoba mine, concentrator

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TSX-listed Hudbay Minerals will restart its Chisel North mine and concentrator in Snow Lake, Manitoba, effective immediately, at a capital cost of about C$7-million, the company announced on Friday. The operations will ramp up to full production, likely by the second quarter of 2010, and will provide some 30 000 t/y of zinc concentrate feed [...]

WWF Silver Medal Set Issued by The Royal Mint

October 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) was started nearly 50 years ago in Europe with a mission to conserve nature. Over the years, the organization has grown world-wide and now directs millions of dollars annually toward nature preservation. To help draw attention to the work of the WWF, The Royal Mint of the United [...]

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