Close X Cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of By continuing your navigation on our website, you are accepting the use of cookies.
To learn more about cookies ...
Gold & Silver Prices in
Articles related to Mexico
The Gold Report
Buy Gold Stocks Patiently
Money manager Adrian Day discusses three stocks in his portfolio that he sees as buys. Midland Exploration Inc. (MD:TSX.V, 1.06 x 1.07) continues to explore aggressively on its joint-venture projects and (judiciously) on its own land. In all, for this year, the company plans 25,000 feet of drilling with a budget over $6 million. This includes a program just commenced on drilling close to Balmoral's Bug Lake discovery with its partner Soquem, and a majo
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Italy Seeks G7 Challenge to Trump’s Trade Protectionism: How About Starting With the EU?
The G20 watered down free trade rhetoric but Italy wants to try again. Italy will host the next G7 meeting, and Italy’s Prime Minister calls for G7 to Challenge Donald Trump. Italy has called on G7 countries to reject protectionism at their summit in Sicily in May, setting up a clash with Donald Trump just days after his administration’s trade stance caused conflict at a G20 meeting in Germany. The US forced a watering down of the language on trade after the G20 finance ministers’ meeting in B
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
5 Reasons Why You’re Living in the Strangest Time in Human History
The world is changing faster than ever before, but that doesn’t mean that we aren’t being acclimated to it. It’s truly a testament to the ability of humans to adapt to just about any circumstance. We have more food, wealth, and life-saving technologies than anyone in our history. We have a nearly unlimited stream of entertainment and information. Yet we take it all for granted. Because we’re so acclimated to this world, we often forget how strange it is compared to previous eras. Sometimes we fo
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Julian D. W. Phillips - Gold Forecaster
Gold and Silver Market Morning: Mar 20 2017 - Gold consolidating at higher levels!
Gold Today–New York closed at $1,228.80 Friday after closing at $1,226.30 on the 16th March.London opened at $1,232.75 today.Overall the dollar was weaker against all global currencies early today. Before London’s opening: -The $: € was weaker at $1.0765: €1 from $1.0754: €1 Friday.-The Dollar index was weaker at 100.16 from 100.38 Friday.-The Yen was stronger at 112.74:$1 from Friday’s 113.44 against the dollar. -The Yuan was stronger at 6.9051: $1, from 6.9068: $1, Friday. -The Pound Sterling 
Monday, March 20, 2017
The Gold Report
Gold Stocks for All Risk Appetites
Money manager Adrian Day reviews recent developments at a handful of gold companies, both juniors and seniors. Franco-Nevada Corp. (FNV:TSX; FNV:NYSE,NY 62.58), already one of most diversified of royalty companies, is expecting further commodity diversification ahead, with CEO David Harquail saying the company will do more deals in non-precious metals, particularly oil and gas. The company's mandate allows for up to 20% of the portfolio outside precious
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Chris Powell - GATA
Ronan Manly: Mexico's earmarked gold bars at the Bank of England's vaults
Gold researcher Ronan Manly writes today that financial journalist Guillermo Barba's recent extraction of details about the Bank of Mexico's gold reserves -- -- shows that the Bank of England remains in the gold leasing business on behalf of other central banks. Manly's analysis is headlined "Mexico's Earmarked Gold Bars at the Bank of England Vaults" and it's posted at Bullion Star here:
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Ronan Manly - Bullion Star
Mexico’s Earmarked Gold Bars at the Bank of England vaults
Guillermo Barba, the Mexican financial and economic journalist, has recently published an article on his website confirming that through an information request that he had made to Mexico’s central bank, Banco de México (Banxico), the central bank has now released what amounts to a relatively comprehensive list of Mexico’s gold bars held in storage at the Bank of England gold vaults in London. Mexico’s list is an inventory of wholesale market gold bars that Banixco owns and stores in custody at t
Monday, March 13, 2017
Hugo Salinas Price -
Bonds Will Not Turn Into a Noah's Flood of Cash
I enjoyed talking with Greg Hunter, of over a Skype Interview - one of the marvels of our time, where we can see and talk with friends who are thousands of miles away from us. Unfortunately, Greg caught me off balance at the beginning of our interview, with a question for which I was quite unprepared - I had been expecting to talk about silver and its possible monetization in Mexico. The question which put me in a momentary fix was, in general and not word-for-word: "What abo
Friday, March 10, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Trade Deficit Steepens Led by China: Top Six Offenders
The International trade deficit widened to $48.5 billion matching the Econoday consensus. Don’t give the economists too much credit because the preliminary numbers on goods gave a big tip on what was going to happen. Today’s numbers reflect goods and service. January’s trade deficit came in very deep but at least right on expectations, at $48.5 billion and reflecting a surge in foreign consumer and vehicle imports and higher prices for imported oil. January imports rose 2.3 percent from Decembe
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
The Gold Report
MAG Silver's World-Class Property Just Keeps Getting Better
MAG Silver appears to have the Midas touch: Everything it drills turns up silver—with a gold byproduct and lots of zinc, lead and copper thrown in for good measure. MAG's first drill hole discovered the Juanicipio vein and hole #16 discovered the Valdecañas vein, both world-class deposits. In this interview with The Gold Report, MAG CEO George Paspalas discusses the company's JV in the Fresnillo Trend, the latest off-the-chart deep discoveries and where MAG goes from here.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Chris Powell - GATA
Guillermo Barba: A quarter of Mexico's gold reserve is 'unallocated' at Bank of England
Mexican financial journalist Guillermo Barba reports today that Mexico's central bank has finally provided him with a list of the bars of its gold reserve and has disclosed that nearly all its gold is held at the Bank of England and that about a quarter is held there on an "unallocated" basis. Presumably this gold has been leased into the market. Barba urges the Bank of Mexico to recover the "unallocated" gold and repatriate at least half the reserves to Mexico. Barba's report is headlined "The
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Does Technology Destroy Jobs? If Not What Does?
In light of my posts on robots, driverless vehicles, and automation, readers keep asking: where will the jobs come from? I do not know, nor does anyone else. But does that mean jobs won’t come? Is technology destroying jobs for the first time? Daniel Lacalle on the Hedgeye blog offers this bold claim: Face It, Technology Does Not Destroy Jobs. If you read some newspapers and politicians’ comments, it seems that technology companies are a threat and robots will take your job . The idea is inter
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Chris Powell - GATA
Bill Holter: 115 million ounces -- not even close to possible
I thought I would put today in perspective for those throwing in the towel on gold and silver. Some 23,000 silver contracts were sold in just a few minutes this morning. This equates to 115 million ounces. For perspective, there are only two countries in the world that produce this much in one year, Mexico and Peru. China roughly produces 115 million ounces but the production is not normally sold onto world markets. Looking at this from a "company" perspective, no single company even comes close
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Mickey Fulp - Mercenary Geologist
TSXV: From a PDAC Hangover to Sell in May and Go Away
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary GeologistIn two previous missives, I documented the record and seasonality of the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV) since its inception in late 2001 (Mercenary Musing, June 13, 2016; Mercenary Musing, November 7, 2016). In the first musing, we demonstrated that there is strong seasonality to the TSXV Index throughout the year. In the second musing, we showed that tax-loss season offers a profitable short-term trading opportunity from mid-December t
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Mickey Fulp - Mercenary Geologist
The Mercenary Geologist’s Guide to PDAC 2017
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary GeologistIn late February of 2013, I posted a musing detailing ways the retail lay investor can maximize his or her experience at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada annual convention in Toronto, Ontario. Today’s effort is an update with my suggestions for this year’s gathering: PDAC March 5-8, 2017.PDAC is the world’s largest exploration and mining show with 22,000 in attendance last year. Note however, that attendance was down
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
The Most Beautiful Metal
Vanadium is a soft, silvery gray, ductile transition metal and is the 22nd most abundant element in the Earth’s crust. Vanadium in not found by itself, instead it’s most often found in chemically combined forms occurring in about 65 different minerals and has been historically mined as a by-product of other mining operations. Vanadium is primarily obtained from the minerals vanadinite (Pb5(VO)3Cl) and carnotite (K2(UO2)2VO4·1-3H2O). It is found in magnetite (iron oxide) deposits that are als
Monday, February 27, 2017
Chris Powell - GATA
Treasury eyeing issuance of 100-year U.S. government debt
NEW YORK -- Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Treasury secretary, said today that his staff have begun to look into issuing U.S. government debt with maturities of as long as 50 or 100 years. Mr. Mnuchin said he was not making any "formal announcement" on whether the Treasury would issue longer-dated bonds but he had "already begun to talk to staff" about it. This builds on earlier comments made before he took office that he was open to the idea. The move would mark a historic shift in policy for the world's
Friday, February 24, 2017
Charleston Voice
Banker Gold Price Suppression Currency Manipulations Have Persisted for 50 years
This 1967 meeting of the FOMC nearly 46 years ago is clear and indisputable evidence of gold price suppression and currency manipulation of the world's "free" and "open" market exchanges.  This criminal cabal has certainly built up their mechanisms since this time to conceal their sinister scheme from issuing dishonest money. It's blatant now and all of "in your face" is their behavioral response to inquiry. Damn the torpedoes, full steam ahead. If you find this too cumbersome to read, the Fed
Friday, February 24, 2017
James Howard Kunstler
  Fumbling Towards Collapse 
In all the smoke and fog emitted by Trump and his adversaries, it must be hard to make out the actual issues dogging this society, and even when you can, to find a coherent position on them. This was nicely illustrated in Paul Krugman’s fatuous column in Monday’s New York Times, “On Economic Arrogance” — the title describes Krugman’s own attitude to a T. In it, Krugman attempts to account for the no-growth economy by marshaling the stock-in-trade
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Phoenix Capital - Gains Pains & Capital
Trump's Currency War Hit List - Is Canada a Target?
A lot has been said about the potential for a US-Canada trade war. And judging from a lot of what’s happened, especially with respect to a strengthen USD, it looks like currencies may be what could light the spark to the barrel of gunpowder. THE BACKDROP The fact of the matter is that a strong dollar isn’t necessarily good for all sectors of the U.S economy. A strengthening dollar can have a “deleterious feedback loop” for export-oriented companies, since it means their products are now more exp
Friday, February 17, 2017