Monthly Archives: February 2018
Gold gives up some gains on Friday but ends week higher Gold prices pulled back from three-week highs on Friday as the dollar rebounded against a currency basket, but losses were held in check as the dollar remained near multi-year lows. Gold futures for April delivery settled down 0.41% at $1,349.70 on the Comex division […]
We’ve just returned from the Greater Chicago Coin Show. The activity on the floor was slower than last fall, but far more collectors were adding to their collections. We saw many new faces along with the regulars we always do some business with. I was unable to pick a favorite new purchase, so here are […]
We just returned from the annual St. Louis Coin Club show held at the Hilton Airport Hotel. Here’s just one of many new coins purchased last week. The 1851-O Three Cent Silver is the only trime struck at any branch mint. This MS65 example has shimmering luster, with just a hint of gold toning.
Gold prices fell sharply Friday against a strengthening dollar, following a jobs report showing the US economy created more jobs than expected in January, while signs of wage growth lifted investor expectations for a faster pace of rate hikes. Gold futures for February delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange rose […]