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A-Mark Bullion Update

A variety of headlines out last night and today have had the ultimate net effect of leaving the precious metals hovering around the unchanged closing level from yesterday.  News out of Russia indicates that Russian President Putin has agreed on the withdrawal of heavy artillery from the Crimea region and that a ceasefire will be … Continue reading


A-Mark Bullion Update

The absence of any major news headlines has the four major precious metals trading in negative territory today.  Volume for the April Comex gold contract is a paltry 77,000 lots, the lowest volume day since becoming the active contract month at the end of January.  Gold had a poor technical close last week by closing … Continue reading


Amark Bullion Update

Gold is trading lethargically around yesterday’s closing price with traders on the sidelines ahead of tomorrow’s US non-farm payrolls figures.  Volume on the electronic exchange was unimpressive with only 105,000 lots trading today.  In the European session, the European Central Bank said that it will no longer accept Greek bonds in return for funding.  This … Continue reading


A-Mark Bullion Update

Crude oil is up 7%, the euro is up 1.5%, and gold is… down. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to predict which outside market will most heavily influence the yellow metal’s trajectory.  But it appears gold’s inverse correlation with equities is reigning supreme today.  The Greek government dropped calls for a write-off of its foreign debt … Continue reading