Today's US jobs data pushed precious metals down, but gave Brent crude a boost. Meanwhile, copper sank this morning on the back of a bond default.
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Silver – Mining Weekly reported that at this week's Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference, Jeffrey Christian, managing partner at CPM Group, said he expects net physical silver purchasing to drop in 2013.
Silver – In 2013, India imported a record 5,478 MT of silver. However, word is that the country will not be able to sustain that demand in 2014.
Silver – This morning, silver rose 0.2 percent, or $0.04, to $21.19 an ounce. Precious metals remained largely unchanged today with investors awaiting forthcoming US data for information on the economy's health.
Silver – Today, silver fell 0.65 percent, or $0.14, to trade at $21.24 an ounce.
Silver – Tension in the Ukraine brought silver up 1.42 percent, or $0.30, to trade at $21.49 per ounce this morning.
Gold was down 0.1 percent, or $1.33, to $1,329.58 per ounce today.
Silver – Silver hit a four-month high early this week, but since then has taken a fairly steep fall.
Silver – Today, silver fell 1.2 percent, or $0.26, to $21.58 an ounce.
Silver – This morning, silver fell 0.8 percent, or $0.17, to trade at $21.78 an ounce. The white metal hit its highest price since October 31 in the previous session.