editorial icon

Gold closes a dollar short of $1400 on Friday

by John Feigenbaum

Published on June 21, 2019

Bars of Gold
Bars of Gold

Gold ended the week on June 21 at $1399, a single dollar short of the coveted $1400 mark, and UP about $125 in the last 30 days.

  • download the app
    Download the Greysheet app for access to pricing, news, events and your subscriptions.
  • default cover
    Subscribe to Monthly Greysheet for the industry's most respected pricing and to read more articles just like this.

Gold ended the week on June 21 at $1399, a single dollar short of the coveted $1400 mark, and UP about $125 in the last 30 days. This sharp rise has met with a tepid response from dealers who are reluctant to stock up on the expensive metal at precariously high levels. This means premiums on generic gold issues remain low relative to spot prices and we’re still in a buyer’s market, especially if you are bullish on metals in general.

Visit these great CDN Sponsors

Leave a comment

Please sign in or register to leave a comment.

Your identity will be restricted to first name/last initial, or a user ID you create.


  • avatar image
    No Comments

    You can be the first person to comment on this story!