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Learn more about the coin and bullion world as we bring you relevant news articles. We cover the economy, geopolitical events, collectors’ trends, new releases and anything else we find interesting.
Jon Clarke - 10 Feb 2022
Now that Estonia’s VAT-free silver law is due to end on the 1st July 2022, is it time for the UK to become more competitive and reduce or even scrap VAT on silver?
Jon Clarke - 6 Dec 2021
Value is subjective. But even the most hardened crypto "HODLers" and goldbugs can see the value in holding minimal amounts of £s and $s to pay bills and taxes.
Ian Davis - 24 Nov 2021
The debate over gold and Bitcoin can get heated at times. At the risk of upsetting either side, we aim to provide a more objective and balanced approach.
Adam Ball - 28 Oct 2021
Recently, news has swept the UK concerning a man in the Devon and Cornwall region being arrested for trying to pay for fuel using "legal tender” coins.
Jon Clarke - 20 Oct 2021
Until the 1960s and 1970s, economic thinking maintained that inflation and unemployment were inversely related. That was until many countries began experiencing "stagflation".
Amy Billington - 15 Oct 2021
What a month for new coin information! We have news on the Great Engravers Victoria gothic portrait coin, Platinum Jubilee 50p's, the Tudor Beasts Lion of England and more!
Jon Clarke - 4 Oct 2021
Reverse Repos spiked to their highest ever levels in June 2021 and have been on a continual upward trajectory ever since. But what does this mean?
Amy Billington - 27 Sep 2021
2022 UK gold sovereigns will have a special Royal Coat of Arms design for the Queen’s Sapphire Jubilee. Facts, opinion, possible designs, information, and more.
Jon Clarke - 22 Sep 2021
Will an Evergrande collapse bring another credit crunch, or will it be another example of a company "too big to fail"?
Jon Clarke - 20 Sep 2021
A report by the WGC gives an optimistic outlook on China’s jewellery market driven by pricing transparency and an increasing demand among its younger generation.
Jon Clarke - 17 Aug 2021
The 15th August 1971 was the day Richard Nixon closed the gold window. Here we look at the 50 years since the world left the gold standard.
Amy Billington - 30 Jun 2021
We have lots of new coin information, including a potential Innovation in Science coin, the 2022 Royal Mint lunar design, plus a brand new sovereign announcement!!
Jon Clarke - 30 Jun 2021
The new Basel III Accords are expected to have major ramifications for precious metals markets, particularly in exchanges like the LBMA and COMEX.
Jon Clarke - 9 Mar 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his latest budget, nearly 12 months after the pandemic-induced lockdowns brought the national economy to a standstill.
Jon Clarke - 26 Jan 2021
Biden's first speech as president called for unity in a country divided by politics and devastated by a pandemic. His administration has a lot to address.
Jon Clarke - 25 Jan 2021
A recent article by The Times pointed out that a Marbella-based podcaster with links to the QAnon conspiracy group, is promoting UK gold dealer BullionbyPost
Jon Clarke - 20 Jan 2021
2020 saw new highs for stock markets, gold and cryptocurrency. There is an argument that suggests another asset may be due a rally in 2021.
Jon Clarke - 19 Jan 2021
The outlook for silver and platinum looks promising over the next 12 months as a number of precious metal analysts say they both look set to outshine gold.
Jon Clarke - 12 Jan 2021
The Act deals with discoveries of treasure in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and legally obliges finders of treasure to declare their findings to the local coroner.
Jon Clarke - 11 Jan 2021
2020: A Year in Review
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