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Monday
Mar212016

Silver Eagle Sales To Jump 25% Due To Deteriorating Market Conditions

Silver Eagle sales will likely jump by 25% in the first quarter due to deteriorating market conditions.  During the first three months last year the U.S. Mint sold 12 million Silver Eagles.  Already, sales of Silver Eagles have reached 13 million.  There are two weeks remaining in March and the U.S. Mint will likely sell another two million. 

This will put total Silver Eagle sales for the first quarter at 15 million….. the highest ever.

The last record was set in 2013 as the U.S. Mint sold 14.2 million Silver Eagles as the price of silver fell from $32 down to $25 in the first three months of the year.  Regardless, the Authorized Purchasers have been on a one million week allocation for the past two months, so there was no way to acquire more Silver Eagles.


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