Silver guru David Morgan shares where he sees gold and silver prices going in 2018, and weighs in on the next metal investors should watch.
By Melissa Shaw
What were the main silver trends of 2017? In this article we run through the year’s key supply, demand and price catalysts.
By Melissa Shaw
President and CEO Darren Blasutti says the San Rafael mine will “probably be the lowest-cost silver mine in the world” by next year.
According to Johann Wiebe, lead analyst for Thomson Reuters’ GFMS team, that trend is likely to continue.
Silver mine production fell by about 2 percent in 2016 and could decline even more this year. Here’s what investors need to know.
By Jocelyn Aspa
Last year, the silver price dropped drastically from $18.29 an ounce at the beginning of 2015 to $13.83 to kick start 2016. No doubt, the silver price has been on the rebound this year, rising 42.66 percent back up to $19.62. Here are a few silver price predictions.
The Silver Institute put out a press release that outlines its thoughts on 2016 silver market trends. Among others things, the firm believes that the silver price should “find solid ground this year.” Furthermore, it sees the silver deficit increasing on the back of lower supply.
Thomson Reuters GFMS published its “Interim Silver Market Review,” commenting that it expects the silver price to average $15.51 per ounce in 2015. Through to November 13, the price had averaged $15.91, down 18.3 percent from the same period last year.
In its latest silver forecast, The Silver Institute predicts that the silver market will see a 57.7-million-ounce deficit in 2015.
The Silver Institute reported that during the first half of 2015, there was an uptick in silver demand for jewelry and industrial applications.
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