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Civil War Gold Mystery Thickens

Published: October 14, 2018 by Everett Millman

A pair of treasure hunters in Pennsylvania are skeptical about an FBI investigation into lost Civil War gold supposedly buried in the area. What, if anything, did the authorities find?

Could Palladium Prices Surpass Gold Soon?

Published: October 07, 2018 by Everett Millman

The spread between the prices of palladium and gold has been narrowing, and economic forecasts suggest that circumstances could actually push the palladium price higher than the gold price in the near future.

Thieves Caught Selling Genuine Lydian Stater, Among Earliest Gold Coins

Published: September 30, 2018 by Everett Millman

The Lydian stater is believed by historians and archaeologists to be among the first types of coins minted anywhere in the world. One of these historic gold coins was recovered from thieves in Turkey.

Gold–Silver Ratio Still Abnormally High

Published: September 29, 2018 by Everett Millman

Gold is now nearly 85 times more expensive than silver, which is a historically high ratio of gold-to-silver prices. This may indicate that a reversal of this trend is approaching on the horizon.

Hoard of Roman Gold Coins Found in Italy

Published: September 16, 2018 by Everett Millman

The first news reports about a hoard of ancient gold coins from imperial Rome are starting to leak out into the media. The hoard contains about 300 gold coins and was found in the basement of an old Italian theater.

Did Physicists Accidentally Discover a Way to Make Gold?

Published: September 15, 2018 by Everett Millman

Physicists working at CERN made the improbable discovery that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was forming a thin layer of precious metals along the inner surface of the structure. Will they find a way to efficiently collect this gold and platinum?

Proof Palladium Eagle Coins Sell Out Quickly

Published: September 09, 2018 by Everett Millman

Demand for the new 2018 Proof Palladium Eagle coin from the United States Mint was so strong that the coin reached its maximum purchase limit of 15,000 within minutes of going on sale.

Rare Roman Gold Ring Discovered in Somerset

Published: August 12, 2018 by Everett Millman

A considerably rare gold signet ring dating to Roman Britain was discovered by a metal detectorist working in collaboration with archaeologists in the County of Somerset in England.

New Innovation Dollar Coin Designs Widely Criticized

Published: August 11, 2018 by Everett Millman

The mint's forthcoming design series for U.S. dollar coins, the Innovation $1 coins, has come under heavy criticism from the numismatic press for its lack of creativity and coherence.

Could Gold Nanoparticles Transform Solar Power?

Published: August 05, 2018 by Everett Millman

Recent researched published by Rutgers University opens new possibilities for the use of gold nanoparticles in the manufacture of solar panels to make their energy storage more efficient.

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The team at Gainesville News is dedicated to bringing you relevant updates and analysis about the precious metals markets, as well as news in the broader financial markets. Our reporting reflects the crucial—and often overlooked—role that gold, silver, platinum and palladium play in the global economy, and how these metals interact with other assets and economic developments. We want to empower our readers with the latest information and industry perspectives on important events affecting the markets. We also provide occasional stories concerning geopolitics, important domestic developments, and other topics of interest. We always strive for objectivity and accuracy. Due to their diverse knowledge and professional backgrounds, our contributors also share their opinions where such insights may apply.

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