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"No" to Brexit Deal

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Parliament delivered a decisive "No" to Theresa May's Brexit deal and the predicted slump in the pound has not materialised, indeed because the possibility of remaining in the EU is still alive, the pound actually rose slightly in value. The defeat had been expected since negotiations with the EU closed in November 2018 and the markets were buoyed by the fact that virtually all of Parliament appears set against a catastrophic no-deal Brexit.

London Silver Fix

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

The London Bullion Market Association fix silver prices each working day at noon, but this price is no longer publicly available until the next day. Therefore to comply with the new ruling, the UKSE website will update with the previous day's fix at 00.30 each day.
Our current buying prices will be updated manually according to movements in the market and prices based on the fix are available on request.

Global Economic Slowdown

Monday, December 31, 2018

Clouds are gathering as many predict 2019 to be the worst year since the global financial crisis.
2018 ended with Trump and the Federal Reserve at odds with each other over interest rates, the US government at shutdown, trade wars were biting hard and stock markets across the world losing most of the year's gains. Precious metals benefited to end the year with healthy gains.

Brexit Deal

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

As uncertainty over the impending parliamentary Brexit deal vote increases, Sterling hit a 17 month low today. Consequently metal prices are beginning to creep upwards as the finance industry prepares itself.

£13bn Shipwreck

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Research following the discovery of the shipwrecked San Jose off the Colombian coast has revealed that an estimated £13bn worth of cargo maybe on board consisting of gold, silver and emeralds. The San Jose was sunk by the British in 1708 during the War of Spanish Succession. Marine excavation work is now underway to salvage the treasure.