MarketWatch reported on the reasons for silver’s price decrease in the second quarter.
As quoted in the market news:
After the September contract closed Thursday at $26.29, silver’s on track for its biggest quarterly loss in almost four years, down 19% quarter to date, according to data from FactSet Research, as of Thursday. That compares with a 7.2% decline in gold futures over the same period.
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