Precious Metals

On Tuesday, silver dropped 0.6 percent to trade at $16.02 per ounce, according to Reuters. The metal hit its lowest price in over four years on Monday.

On Tuesday, silver dropped 0.6 percent to trade at $16.02 per ounce, according to Reuters. The metal hit its lowest price in over four years on Monday, dropping to $15.72 per ounce before rebounding.

The well-performing dollar has been exerting pressure on precious metals prices for quite some time, and silver has not yet recovered even though the dollar retreated 0.2 percent on Tuesday.

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MARKETS

Markets
TSX20197.61+15.69
TSXV702.09-3.49
DOW31880.24+618.34
S&P 5003973.75+72.39
NASD11535.27+180.66
ASX7148.90+3.30

COMMODITIES

Commodities
Gold1858.51+4.84
Silver21.88+0.14
Copper4.32-0.03
Palladium2018.45+33.45
Platinum958.38+5.38
Oil109.62-0.67
Heating Oil3.63-0.02
Natural Gas8.78+0.03

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