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Precious metals are down across the board this morning, as the dollar rides upbeat consumer inflation news to make another attempt at a fresh 3-month high.
Here are the accounts of those individuals who have made the legend of California's lost ship part of their personal narratives.
After three years of preservation work, Catillon II is confirmed as the largest Celtic hoard ever discovered.
Gold prices are drifting after modest gains, while US stocks open at all-time records. The dollar is weaker after the post-election rally runs out of steam.
Modern myths don't die easy in Paraguay, particularly when they deal with gold bullion and buried treasure dating back to the mid-19th century.
The Bank of England may be the most vaunted financial institution in the world, but it humbly was founded by funds pilfered from sunken Spanish treasure.
The surprise news that the Hungarian Central Bank had bought 112 pistols and 200,000 round of ammo is just the latest controversy for the bank.
American history and even contemporary American culture are replete with examples of great swindlers and con-men. In fact, we even celebrate certain scams.