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Bullion

Precious metal that may be bought and sold for investment. Most types of bullion are at least 99.9% pure. Bullion is a commodity that investors may use as a hedge against recession and inflation. Thus, while it is volatile like most commodities, it always maintains a relatively high value.

bullion

Refined gold or silver in bulk (that is, ingots) rather than in the form of coins.

bullion

precious metals such as GOLD, silver, platinum, etc., which are traded commercially in the form of bars and coins for investment purposes, and which are used to produce jewellery and as industrial base metals.

bullion

precious metals, such as GOLD, silver, platinum, etc., that are traded commercially in the form of bars and coins for investment purposes and are used to produce jewellery and as industrial base metals. Some items of bullion, gold in particular, are held by CENTRAL BANKS and are used as INTERNATIONAL RESERVES to finance balance of payments imbalances.
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The trader collects buy orders and takes deposits from across the country, but delivers officially only at Noida," said a senior bullion trader from Zaveri Bazar, gold and diamond trading hub, who wished not to be identified.
Gold is bought from mining companies by major bullion houses such as Johnson Matthey, who refine it into bars, coins and other forms.
Buying and selling of gold, silver, platinum and palladium bullion and rare coins for investment purposes - with same day delivery available.
Additionally, in connection with the BV Bonds agreement, Paradigm Resource and Bullion Japan have entered into a Security Pledge Agreement, whereby the Company has security interests in twenty five percent (25%) of the common shares of Bullion Japan, subject to anti-dilution provisions throughout the term of the BV Bonds.
Investors retain full legal ownership of their precious metal investments and can choose to take delivery or vault their bullion investments worldwide.
Combining the high-grade intervals encountered within the lower breccia host in 13-08 and 13-11 with the high-grade intervals in the upper breccia as found in RR11-16, 12-01 and 12-10 extends the North Bullion high-grade zone a further 50 meters to 250 meters, within a much larger envelope of above-one-gram material which is now 1000 meters (1km) long and averages 300 meters wide.
ae , said: "Web-based bullion trading is an entirely new concept in the region, but it has huge potential as the preferred trading platform in light of the ongoing internet boom and the growing availability of powerful mobile computing devices.
At Southern Bullion Coin & Jewelry, we pride ourselves on paying the highest amounts for our customer's gold, silver, diamonds and other jewelry," commented Jim Vierling, president of Southern Bullion Trading.
PAMP is the major global bullion brand, with a dominant presence in kilo bars, TT bars and investment bars.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman of DMCC, said, "This innovative gold bullion coin was conceived to satisfy the demands from investors seeking access to gold as protection against the ongoing global economic uncertainty.
The 2006 Budget, passed into law this week, permits investment-grade gold bullion to be included in Self Invested Personal Pensions [SIPPs].
The first grand opening of 2012 took place on January 3rd, as the 23rd Southern Bullion Coin & Jewelry store opened in Daphne, Alabama - a suburb of Mobile.