Spain Says it Doesn’t Need a Bailout: Is it Joking?
Spain must be delusional. I just read that, in a speech at the London School of Economics, Spanish Finance Minister Luis de Guindos said, “Spain doesn’t need a bailout at all.” (Source: “Spain FinMin’s ‘No Bailout’ Remark Causes Laughter,” Yahoo! Finance from CNBC, October 5, 2012.) I’m not sure what de Guindos was thinking, but my first thought was that he must had mixed up his words and actually meant to say “Spain does need a bailout.”
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Bill Hionas Sees Positive Short-Term Signs for Platinum and Palladium and a Positive Long-Term Outlook for Gold and Silver
(1888PressRelease) Fluctuations in the market are temporary; outlook for precious metals is generally positive.
MIAMI, FL - There are currently many macroeconomic factors impacting the precious metals bullion market and some investors may be delaying any particular move pending some resolution of the debt crisis in Europe.
Gold, Platinum And Silver All Look Strong In The Near Term Says Pan American Metals of Miami
(1888PressRelease) Volatility continues in the market but gold still likely to come out on top by year's end.
MIAMI, FL - So, another tumultuous week on the gold market draws to a close, leaving gold lower than one might have anticipated. Nevertheless, predictions still hold for gold to be above $1900, if not at $2000, by the year's end.