Silver – Silver fell $0.39 today, to $19.51 an ounce, its lowest price since August 8.
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Silver – This morning, silver futures for March delivery fell $0.12, to $19.79 an ounce. Meanwhile, spot silver fell to $19.54 an ounce, its lowest level since mid-August.
Copper – Copper prices increased today following news that the Chinese government will make its currency more flexible and market driven.
Gold – Investors remain cautious about the Federal Reserve's stimulus program and expect it to be scaled back sooner than Fed leaders are suggesting.
Silver – The white metal has been declining for the past three weeks and is on its worst run since July. Analysts say it could drop as low as $18.23 an ounce, the lowest level since June 28.
Silver – Today, silver futures for December delivery hit $20.20 an ounce in New York, a low not seen since August 9. They later rose slightly, to $20.35 an ounce.
Silver – Silver futures for December delivery sank $0.14 today, falling to $20.58 an ounce in New York.
Today, the Australian Securities Exchange closed at 5,401.7 points, up 46.3 points, or 0.9 percent, from the previous session. The market hit a high of 5,406.1 points and a low of 5,340.6 points before its close.
Silver – Silver prices were pushed down this week by anxiety about the end of quantitative easing, but Thomson Reuters GFMS and the US Mint provided some more positive news.
Silver – Bloomberg reported today that silver futures for December delivery settled at $20.442 on the COMEX in New York after sinking 1.6 percent. Prices have fallen for five sessions in a row, the longest period since April 4.