Silver deepens losses for fourth consecutive session
2017-04-20 17:57:26 GMT (Economies.com)
Silver deepens losses for fourth consecutive session

Silver prices kept falling on Thursday for the fourth session in a row as demand declined on safe havens in favor of more rewarding assets like stocks. 

 

Silver last traded at $17.97 an ounce, down from the opening of $18.16, with an intraday high at $18.23, and a low at $17.85. 

 

Silver's fall comes as global stocks recover while demand on safe havens declines in the markets, in turn hurting the white metal. 

 

Silver's decline came even after the dollar slid to a three-week low, but strong negative pressure and profit-taking forced prices down nonetheless. 

 
 
 
  Symbol Last Change Chg.%
1.1193
0.0040
0.3573%
1.2720
0.0038
0.2981%
16.720
0.153
0.924%
43.115
0.330
0.771%
45.66
0.44
0.97%
1256.695
6.200
0.496%
 
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