Precious Metals Blog

The MGS Precious Metals Blog

Manhattan Gold & Silver is an industry leader in precious metal pricing and refining with more than 30 years of experience. During our time in the business, we’ve found the topic of precious metals to be a vast and interesting one. Here on our precious metals blog, we write in-depth posts about the science of precious metal refining, historical and modern uses for precious metals, market news, and much more.

The Reserve Bank of India Bought 220 Tons of Gold

The Reserve Bank of India Bought 220 Tons of Gold

Recent gold purchases by the country of India have helped fuel the ongoing increase in the price of gold.

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Cash For Clunkers Likely to Raise the Cost of Platinum Group Metals

Cash For Clunkers Likely to Raise the Cost of Platinum Group Metals

As discussed in a previous post on platinum prices, the primary industrial use of Platinum Grou

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Gold Surges Past Platinum – Now What?

Gold Surges Past Platinum – Now What?

n December of 2008, gold prices outpaced platinum for the first time since the 1990’s. The primary use of platinum is as a catalyst for the auto industry, so prices were depressed by a lack of demand for new vehicles. At that time gold’s journey to new highs was driven by investors concerned with the increased debt load and deficits of the US and other Western economies.

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Recycled Gold Production Equals Mined Gold – 4 Reasons Why You Should Care

Recycled Gold Production Equals Mined Gold – 4 Reasons Why You Should Care

Record awareness and interest has propelled a first in the precious metal refining business:  I

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Manhattan Gold & Silver Update

We will be opening back up on May 18th, 2020 with limited hours from 11:00am – 2:00pm. The easiest method for metal processing is to either mail, or drop off/curbside service. Customers will not be allowed in the exchange at this time. 

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Most importantly, please stay safe! 

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