SI=F - Silver Jul 23

COMEX - COMEX Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-0.292 (-1.22%)
At close: 04:59PM EDT
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2023-07-27
Last Price23.987
Day's Range23.660 - 24.120
  • Simply Wall St.

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  • Reuters

    Gold slips as yields gain after US payrolls rise

    Gold slipped on Friday as hotter-than-expected U.S. jobs data lifted Treasury yields, but was on track for a weekly gain as a higher unemployment reading kept alive hopes that the Federal Reserve would pause interest rate hikes. U.S. nonfarm payrolls grew by 339,000 in May, beating expectations for an increase of 190,000, but the unemployment rate rose to 3.7% from a 53-year low of 3.4% in April. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields rose, and the dollar ticked up, making the greenback-priced, zero-interest-bearing bullion less attractive.

  • MoneyShow

    The MoneyShow Market Minute for June 1, 2023

    We got a positive debt ceiling vote late yesterday. So the question in markets today is, NOW what?

  • The Wall Street Journal

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  • Reuters

    Gold firms; set for monthly loss on dollar strength, Fed's rate hike bets

    Gold firmed on Wednesday supported by lower Treasury yields but the dollar's strength, with more interest rate hikes in the offing and optimism about a U.S. debt deal kept bullion on course for its first monthly dip in three. Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,966.89 per ounce by 1418 EDT (1818 GMT) on weaker-than-expected Chicago Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, before paring some gains on stronger U.S. jobs data. "We've had kind of a push-pull effect," amid support from lower yields and pressure from the dollar, said David Meger, director of metals trading, High Ridge Futures.

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  • Reuters

    CANADA STOCKS-TSX tumbles as commodity stocks weigh; Canadian Western Bank shines

    At 10:15 a.m. ET (14:15 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 119.96 points, or 0.6%, at 19,847.99. The energy sector fell 2.0% and weighed the most on the TSX, tracking declines in crude oil prices.

  • Yahoo Finance UK

    Gold prices slide as dollar rises on Fed rate hike expectations

    Optimism over a US-debt deal agreement weighed on gold prices as investors once again gravitate towards riskier assets.

  • Reuters

    Gold steadies in thin trading as US debt deal weighs

    Gold prices hovered near two-month lows in holiday-thinned trading on Monday as the U.S. debt ceiling agreement eased investor worries, while chances of the Federal Reserve raising rates dampened the demand for bullion. Spot gold was mostly unchanged at $1,946.28 per ounce by 9:51 a.m. EDT (1351 GMT), while U.S. gold futures inched up 0.1% to $1,945.50. "Until a couple of days ago, a majority of investors were betting that the Federal Reserve was remaining steady with rates and would not raise them in the coming month," said Carlo Alberto De Casa, external analyst at Kinesis Money.


    Gold slips as rate hike jitters offset debt deal relief -- Gold prices fell on Monday, extending three weeks of losses as strong inflation readings boosted the dollar and ramped up expectations of more interest rate hikes by the Fed, while fears of a U.S. debt default eased.

  • Insider Monkey

    Rhenium Production by Country: Top 10 Countries

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  • Simply Wall St.

    Silver X Mining First Quarter 2023 Earnings: US$0.006 loss per share (vs US$0.028 loss in 1Q 2022)

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  • NewMediaWire

    McEwen Mining Announces Payment of Senior Secured Debt

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  • Reuters

    Gold wobbles as sticky inflation drives up US rate hike bets

    Gold gave up some gains on Friday and was on course for a third straight weekly loss on the likelihood of a last-minute debt ceiling deal and as a hotter-than-expected U.S. inflation gauge raised bets for rates to stay higher for longer. The White House and congressional Republicans aim to put the final touches on a deal to raise the debt ceiling for two years. "Despite positive noises coming from D.C., a debt deal may still be difficult to get through before June 1," said Tai Wong, a New York-based independent metals trader.


    Gold at 2-mth low as debt ceiling uncertainty fuels dollar demand Gold prices hovered around two-month lows on Friday and were set for steep weekly losses as concerns over raising the U.S. debt ceiling and expectations of high interest rates saw investors pivot into the dollar.

  • InvestorPlace

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  • Zacks

    B2Gold (BTG) Gains From Solid Mine Performance Amid Cost Woes

    B2Gold (BTG) benefits from improved mine performances and the recent pick up in gold price. However, inflationary costs are worrisome.

  • The Wall Street Journal

    China’s Risky Strategy to Control One-Third of the World’s Lithium Supply

    Beijing’s quest to secure supplies of the metal is leading it to buy up stakes in mines throughout the developing world.

  • MoneyShow

    Gold- Whipsawed by the Fed NOW, But Headed Higher LATER

    Actions speak louder than words. But the right (or wrong) words from the Fed can fuel a big reaction in gold. Just be sure to stay focused on the fact that we are in the closing stages of a four-decade-plus trend of ever-lower rates and ever-easier money, notes Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter.

  • Financial Times

    The new gold boom: how long can it last?

    Periods of inflation have often boosted the precious metal. This time it is also being bought by central banks worried about geopolitical risk

  • Bloomberg

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    Silver seen at $30/oz over next 6-12 months - Citi

    Silver could hit $30 per ounce highs over the next six months to a year, with imminent support seen from buyers eyeing value in the metal after its sharpest price slide in a month since February, Citigroup says. “We think recent price weakness offers a strong dip-buying opportunity, reiterating our call for $30/oz silver over the next 6-12 months as U.S. growth rolls over, even if emerging markets growth stagnates,” Citi’s analysts said. “We expect silver would rally in anticipation of the fall in U.S. interest rates and real yields that will likely accompany an anticipated rollover in U.S. growth in Q4’22 or early 2024,” Citi’s analysts said.

  • Reuters

    Gold recovers as debt-ceiling talks make little progress

    Gold prices rebounded from their earlier losses on Tuesday, as yields fell and the dollar retreated from its highs, while another round of U.S. debt ceiling talks ended without much progress. Gold rose from session lows on reports of further negotiations over raising the debt ceiling, said Daniel Pavilonis, senior market strategist at RJO Futures. Representatives of President Joe Biden and congressional Republicans ended another round of debt-ceiling talks with no signs of progress as the deadline to raise the government's borrowing limit or risk default ticked closer.