Mining

Historic Tensions on the Silver Market

Published by Thomas Andrieu | May 28, 2024 | 12993

In 2024, with almost one in five ounces now dedicated to the photovoltaic industry, tensions on the silver market are mounting. Against this backdrop, the price of the grey metal would be headed for good prospects. While the breakout from the $26/oz level has now been confirmed, analysis of the beha...

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The Silver Shortage Worsens

Published by Cyrille Jubert | Jan 23, 2024 | 25526

Two of the world's largest silver mines, located in Mexico, closed their operations. Silver stocks on the Shanghai Future Exchange are falling. Andrew Maguire says that wholesale silver is not trading at the COMEX silver price or the LBMA fixing, but at a much higher price.

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A Brief History of the Gold Rush

Published by Julien Chevalier | Sep 19, 2023 | 13807

Some people know the story of the Gold Rush from the Charlie Chaplin film, others from TV shows or books of all kinds. At the very least, historians consider this period to be one of the most significant of the 19th century. Both fascinating and structuring, it is particularly revealing of American...

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The History of Gold Cycles

Published by Otavio Costa | Jun 15, 2023 | 13831

The multitude of macro drivers supporting the onset of another gold cycle is truly remarkable. Amplified by the prevailing skepticism surrounding the metal, we are arguably experiencing the most important time in gold's history.

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The Problem With Gold Production Costs

Published by Thomas Andrieu | Jun 7, 2023 | 21481

Gold mining companies have a significant influence on the price of the yellow metal. With demand for physical gold tending to run out of steam in the first quarter of 2023, the pressure on production costs raises questions about the outlook for the gold price.

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