Local, State and US Debt Causing Global Demand for Gold
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2011
The price of gold is expected to increase $6 to $10 a day until an agreement is reached by the House of Representatives according to GoldBullionReserve.com. While most investors remain optimistic that there will be a deal reached by the deadline, the topic is causing other areas of the US economy to be exposed, such as state debt and bank closures.
According to the FDIC, three banks were closed on Friday by the regulators taking the count of U.S. bank closures in 2011 to 58 averaging about 8 per month. The 157 bank closures in 2010 was up from 140 in 2009, and more than six times of the 25 bank failures in 2008. Only three banks failed in 2007.
The stress of US local debt to the national debt has international investors demanding gold bullion over the US dollar. The Central Banks of the Russian Federation keep about 50 percent of its reserves in United States dollars released its official international reserves statement showing a net accumulation of more than 200,000 ounces of gold.
GoldBullionReserve.com says, "Russia’s gold behavior is grounded in the country’s hard-learned lessons about commodity markets." Since its financial crisis in 1998, Russia has enacted policies intended to counterbalance the historical cycles of commodity prices to protect the economy during downturns. China, which is facing high inflation, has a 10-year gold buying plan for its central banks.
GoldBullionReserve.com is encouraging American investors to keep pace with global investment strategies. Regal offers gold in 1 oz gold bars or gold bullion coins that are internationally recognized. Americans can buy gold and silver online and have it shipped direct to their home for physical delivery by calling 1-877-962-1133 or online http://www.GoldBullionReserve.com