The Dow Jones bounces back and scores weekly highs, breaking its record five weeks ago, while gold is holding up pretty well despite overwhelming declines.
Trump poised on maintaining tariff over steel and aluminum imports during the G7 summit. Bitcoin trading holds steady at $7,200-$7,500.
Labor force rate jumps higher and surpasses 190,000. Bitcoin trading closed in on a new low. Gold stocks dropped further by three percent.
The strength of the U.S. dollar and a bullish trading pushes for a higher price index of gold, closing near the $1,300 per ounce mark.
Mortgage rates continue to increase and predict what may be a crisis in the real estate market. Despite a fall in trading, gold continues to sell.
Dow Jones plunged at a rate of 6.71 percent, following a benign inflation brought about by Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.
Dow Jones remains highly volatile, and the continuing deflation of the stock market makes gold and silver look better options to invest in.
The white metal will outperform gold thanks to its low price.
Over the past weeks, Dow Jones had its highs and lows but never took a side of the curve. On the other hand, gold stocks are...
The national debt of the U.S. is on the rise again and going beyond the $20 trillion mark.