Gold fell $0.60 or 0.05% yesterday to $1,284.40/oz. Silver fell $0.02 or 0.1% yesterday to $19.43/oz. The Mint Refers To The New Coin As "1 KG Of Nobility" Spot gold bullion prices ticked lower today and gold is again testing support at $1,280/oz. A close below $1,280/oz will be short term bearish.
It is with great regret we inform our readers that, following 14 consecutive days of updates - by the Associated Press no less - and others... First Family dining out with friends at Nobu in Waikiki, known for its new-style Japanese cuisine. Their vacation comes to an end on Sat. — Mark Knoller (@markknoller) January 3, 2015
Peru's leftist president-elect Ollanta Humala had a surprise meeting with President Barack Obama -- a welcome bit of US outreach ahead of his inauguration later this month.Humala earlier aligned himself with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a fierce and vocal critic of the United States.But the Peruvian on the campaign trail and at least for now has tempered his rhetoric, amid fears in Peru he could undo his country's solid economic growth after his July 28 inauguration.
Rare coins can play a role in an investor’s portfolio as an alternative asset.
Rare coins can hold their value quite well over time, while remaining small and portable as physical assets. A rare coin can also sell for many multiples of the metal contained within, and this additional premium is known as its numismatic value.
Residents line up in banks waiting to purchase the commemorative coins of the year of the Snake in Shaoxing, Zhejiang. The Central Bank issued 80 million coins with a face value of 1 yuan. Each resident is only allowed to purchase two.
No one present at next week’s swearing-in ceremony of Barack Obama as president is supposed to pay a dime to attend the event. But some attendees may be paying thousands of dollars for the privilege. Earlier this week, The Hill reported that scalpers have been trying to sell tickets to the January 21 swearing-in ceremony of President Obama for thousands of dollars each.