March 2015, Week 4 Edition
Gold turned on a dime last Wednesday during the Federal Open Market
Committee (FOMC) press conference, when the Fed seemed to be saying that they
would delay any increase in key short-term U.S. interest rates.
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The Fed’s statement last week sent the U.S. dollar down and gold up. Gold in America had fallen victim to a sharply rising dollar, but the fall of the recent fall in the dollar has boosted U.S. gold prices. On the previous Friday, March 13, the euro had fallen below $1.05, but as of Monday, March 23, the euro is up to $1.0926, up more than 4% in 10 days. The price of gold has also risen by almost 4%, from $1147 right before the Fed announcement, to $1188 on Monday morning. Most of that gain came from the dollar fall.
Demand for my previous book, Indian Gold Coins of the 20th Century, is also increasing. A good sign for the Indian gold coin market.
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ICTA Board of Directors Member Mike Fuljenz Goes to Washington
To Support the Collectible Coin Protection Act
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