Precious Metals

Today, silver rose 0.1 percent, or $0.02, to $20.54 an ounce. The metal is continuing to climb back from a five-week low of $20.26 last week.

Today, silver rose 0.1 percent, or $0.02, to $20.54 an ounce, according to Reuters.

The metal is continuing to climb back from a five-week low of $20.26 last week. However, its gains are being capped on anticipation of US data, including the latest Federal Reserve policy decision. The end of the week will also bring US non-farm payroll numbers, which are expected to show that the country’s economy is faring well.

The dollar is also trading at six-month highs, diminishing the appeal of precious metals.

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MARKETS

Markets
TSX20286.20+88.59
TSXV700.66-1.43
DOW31928.62+48.38
S&P 5003941.48-32.27
NASD11264.45-270.83
ASX7128.80-20.10

COMMODITIES

Commodities
Gold1856.29-11.01
Silver21.87-0.26
Copper4.25-0.05
Palladium1995.00-2.00
Platinum947.75-8.26
Oil110.85+1.08
Heating Oil3.71+0.06
Natural Gas8.82+0.03

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