Gold regains some ground.
But silver may be the one who really is shining this week. Right now the app on my desktop is reporting the real time quote on silver’s spot price to be $27.23. Which is a good recovery of where it has been this week. Gold too, has recovered some of its weight and is at $1,352.80 right now.
Keep in mind that next week is option expiration so it should prove interesting to watch the market.
That said, I’ve quite the collection of links to close Friday off. In no particular order of priority today, except to get it out there and for me to hit the weekend road 😉
WORLD’S MOST COMPLICATED MORTGAGE CHART–WHAT HAVE WE CREATED? – we are so doomed.
China Move Could Counter Fed’s Efforts– let the chess games continue.
Need your blood boiling this weekend? Try this: 12 Infuriating Facts About How Much Federal Employees Make
China’s gold consumption to rise 4% to 430 tons in 2010 – I bet it’ll be more than that.
Bernanke Seeks New “International Monetary System”, Accuses China of Currency Intervention, Warns of Rising Unemployment and “End of Tepid US Recovery – is anyone’s else head spinning from all this?
Dutch govt. to axe 10,000 military jobs in austerity drive – Contagion continues to spread in Europe.
Obama praises Portugal’s deficit, debt reduction plan – by far the funniest headline I’ve seen this week.
Okay folks. See next week.