This was election week in the U.S., and after Donald Trump’s victory on Wednesday, the gold price had a drastic fall. This is your weekly recap of gold prices, few days after the U.S. election.
As the U.S. election comes to wraps tomorrow, many investors are fearful of the outcome as a win for Trump may hedge gold and silver prices higher, and a win for Hillary may drop prices.
After a few weeks of averaging below 1300 USD/oz, the gold price is finally edging above 1300 USD. Here is your weekly recap for the week of October 31, 2016.
After a drastic fall in prices the beginning of the month, the gold price seems to be making a slow but steady recovery as it hit a weekly high of 1273.35 USD/oz. Here is your weekly recap.
After dropping to 1250.91 USD/oz last week Friday, the gold price is finally on its way back up. Here is your weekly recap for the week of October 17, 2016.
The Perth Mint rebounded from a two-month low last month as it sold over a million ounces for the sixth time this year. This a drastic increase of 174.1% for silver bullion coin sales and 300.5% for gold bullion bars and coin sales.
The gold price is still averaging below 1300 USD/oz after a drastic fall last week to 1253.88 USD/oz. Here is your weekly recap for the week of October 10, 2016.
Once again, silver prices have hit a downward curve as it started off the month above 19 USD/oz and now averages 17 USD/oz. Here is your monthly recap of silver prices.