Silver – In March, the US Mint sold 5,354,000 American Eagle silver coins, a new record for that month.
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Platinum – Reuters reported that the US Mint plans to start selling American Eagle platinum bullion coins again on March 10 due to "renewed interest from investors and dealers." It has not sold them for the last four years.
Gold – Mining Weekly reported that in February, the US Mint sold 31,000 ounces worth of American Eagle gold bullion coins. That's a 60-percent decline from the 80,500 ounces it sold in the year-ago period.
Gold – Bloomberg reported that gold's recent price increase has put the US Mint on track to record its worse month of gold coin sales since September.
Silver – The Silver Institute announced that during 2013, the US Mint sold 42,675,000 American Eagle silver bullion coins. That's a new record as well as 26 percent more than the mint sold in 2012.
Silver – Silver broke above $20 on Thursday as news surfaced that Turkey imported 41.6 metric tons of silver in December.
Silver – Mineweb reported that according to media reports, the US Mint is restricting American Eagle silver coin sales for the remainder of 2013 in order to conserve coin blanks for the 2014 Silver Eagle bullion coin program.
Silver – The US Mint has now sold 40,175,000 ounces worth of American Eagle silver coins in 2013, higher than its 2011 record of 39,868,500 ounces.
Silver – Bloomberg reported that the US Mint has now sold nearly 40.2 million ounces worth of American Eagle silver coins this year, more than the previous all-time high of 39.9 million ounces. That amount was achieved in 2011.
Silver – Mineweb reported that the US Mint has now sold more American Eagle silver bullion coins in 2013 than it did for all of 2012. Meanwhile, American Eagle gold bullion coin sales dropped to a six-year low in August.