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Gold, Silver Futures Retreat on Federal Reserve Tapering Concern

 Gold headed for the biggest loss in almost three weeks and silver slumped the most in a more than a month as the Federal Reserve fueled speculation that it will trim stimulus measures sooner than expected.

silver seen rallying to $25 after plunge: technical analysis

silver may climb toward $25 an ounce after prices rebounded from the lowest level since september 2010, according to technical analysis by commerzbank ag.

silver climbs as gold little changed before euro finance meeting

silver gained, while gold was little changed before european finance chiefs meet today to discuss aid to cyprus and greece. palladium declined.

silver for immediate delivery advanced as much as 0.3 percent to $31.495 an ounce before trading at $31.4775 at 1:16 p.m. in singapore. cash gold traded at $1,668.25 an ounce, while palladium fell 0.4 percent to $752.25 an ounce. markets in japan, china, hong kong, south korea, taiwan, vietnam, singapore and malaysia are closed today for public holidays.

silver slump lures buyers as waiting time rises in singapore

the slump in silver this month has spurred demand for products from silver bullion pte, one of singapore's largest suppliers of coins and bars to retail investors, depleting inventories and doubling delivery times.

gold, silver rise on u.s. economic, inflation speculation

by joe richter on february 01, 2013

gold gained for the third time in four days as u.s. hiring picked up in the past three months, signaling an improving economy that may fuel inflation as the federal reserve adds more stimulus. silver also climbed.

payrolls rose 157,000 in january and the previous two months were revised higher, government figures showed today. the jobless rate increased to 7.9 percent from 7.8 percent as the government incorporated new census bureau population estimates data calculations. the fed said this week it will keep purchasing securities at the rate of $85 billion a month after the economy paused in the fourth quarter.

silver drops to 8-month low in bear market in london; gold falls

silver, which entered a bear market in london yesterday, fell to an eight-month low on concern that industrial consumption isn't strong enough at a time when demand is waning for a protection of wealth. gold declined.

silver vaults stuffed means price rising 30% in ’13: commodities

silver bullion pte, one of singapore’s largest suppliers of coins and bars to retail investors, says sales tripled since october, part of a global surge in demand that drove holdings to a record.

“our clients are worried that a major currency crisis or mass bankruptcies would occur,” said gregor gregersen, the 36- year-old founder of silver bullion, whose sales now average about s$6 million ($4.9 million) a month. “it all has to do with falling confidence in the heavily indebted western governments and financial institutions.”

silver may extend drop as bear market nears: technical analysis

silver may extend this year's 7.6 percent drop as it nears a bear market, according to technical analysis by commerzbank ag.

silver falls as u.s. economy concerns grow: commodities at close

the standard & poor’s gsci spot index of 24 raw materials fell 0.9 percent to 631.38 at 6:15 p.m. new york time, led by precious metals and energy.

the ubs bloomberg cmci gauge of 26 prices fell 0.8 percent to 1,569.821.

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silver had the biggest drop in five weeks and gold futures fell the most in a week as mounting concerns on the u.s. economy and budget impasse eroded demand for the precious metals.


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