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.
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 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.
The U.S. is imposing tariffs on about $60 billion Chinese imports, which prompted China to retaliate with its own tariffs on US products.
The unsteadiness of Dow Jones has been expressed in a series of lows the past couple of weeks. But it took a turn recently, mostly reaching...
CIA director Mike Pompeo will replace Rex Tillerson as the U.S. Secretary of State.
The stock market closed a little bit low this week due to "implementing market stability", thanks to the regulations that lawmakers have been implementing.
The stock market opens the early quarter of the year with minimal gains. Gold and silver remain bullish, thanks to the policies set out by lawmakers.
The demand for gold across Asia remains low, but experts claim that it will gain momentum after Chinese New Year.