How silver could bounce back after a ‘bearish...

“Now that we have fallen below $16, we are back in what I believe is an extremely attractive accumulation zone,” Peter Spina, president and chief executive officer of GoldSeek.com, told MarketWatch. He said prospects for silver are “looking significantly stronger” in the second half of the year.

Silver Standard Resources Acquires Interest in...

Huayra is engaged in exploration and development activities in Argentina and owns the Diablillos gold-silver project. The advancement of the Diablillos project, together with the M-18 project, is part of an agreement the company reached with Silver Standard Resources last September. Following the agreement, Silver Standard acquired a 19.9% equity stake in Huayra, a net smelter return royalty of 1% on the Diablillos and M-18's production. The company also appointed W. John DeCooman, its vice president of business development and strategy, to Huayra’s board of directors.

James Turk: May silver options start expiring...

James Turk: May silver options start expiring today. Can the shorts keep silver under $18? Or will we see a short squeeze?

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Silver futures on track for best weekly advance...

Gold and silver futures soared Friday, marching higher as the dollar softened and investors bought assets perceived as havens to start July. Metals have benefited from worries sparked by the U.K.’s decision to exit the European Union, dubbed Brexit, roiled markets. But precious metals had retreated somewhat as appetite for risk lured buyers back into stocks over the past few sessions. August gold GCQ6, +1.50% gained $16.70, or 1.3%, to $1,337.50 an ounce. Trading has been choppy since futures prices marked their highest close since July 11, 2014, earlier this week. All told, gold futures prices are on track for a 1.1% weekly gain and up about 7% for the second quarter, according to FactSet data. Meanwhile, silver outpaced its sister metal, with September silver SIU6, +4.55% gaining 65 cents, or 3.5%, at $19.28 an ounce early Friday. Thursday’s close at $18.62 marked the highest settlement since mid-September of 2014. Futures prices are on track for an 8.3% weekly gain—the metal’s best since weekly advance in 15 months. Silver roughly 20% during the second quarter and are up nearly 40% so far this year.

Miner Sees Silver Price Surging Ninefold as...

“For an electronics manufacturer to come directly to us -- that tells me something is changing in the market,” said Keith Neumeyer, chief executive officer of First Majestic, the top stock in Canada and among its global peers this year. “I think we’ll see three-digit silver,” he said, predicting the metal could surge to $140 an ounce by as early as 2019.

Fresnillo eyes boost to silver output in 2016

"Mexican precious metals producer Fresnillo PLC (FRES.LN) said Tuesday that it expects double digit percentage growth in silver production this year after securing board approval for two expansion projects. Fresnillo, the world's largest primary silver producer and Mexico's second-largest gold producer, didn't say how much silver it planned to produce this year but the miner previously forecast it would produce up to 51,000 ounces of attributable silver this year, including 4 million ounces from the Silverstream supply contract, up 9% from 46,977 silver ounces produced last year."

Silver demand up 3.4% in 2015, highest on record...

Global silver demand totaled a record 36,407 mt in 2015, up 3.4% from 35,206 mt in 2014, the Silver Institute said Thursday. Total supply declined 1.2% to 3,276 mt in 2015, resulting in a third consecutive annual physical deficit of 4,040 mt, up 65% from a 2,445 mt deficit a year earlier. Although mine production was higher on the year, up 2.1% to 27,579 mt in 2015, it was not enough to offset a 13.2% decline in scrap supply to 4,544 mt.

Here’s what’s behind silver’s sterling rally (...

Silver has enjoyed an incredible surge recently, but some analysts doubt the sustainability of the metal's rally.

Silver Trades at 11-month Highs

"High-flying silver futures continued to trade at 11-month highs in Wednesday action due to industrial demand, while gold slipped after earlier tapping the closely watched $1,250 per ounce level. Global economic recovery hopes are helping silver to gain ground on gold, a largely financial market-driven instrument used as a hedge and for other purposes. The gold/silver ratio has dropped to below 74, its lowest level since early November. Silver futures are up about 23% this year, outperforming gold’s 18% rise. In early Wednesday trading, silver for May SIK6, +0.72% delivery advanced 4 cents, or 0.3%, to $17.02 an ounce on Comex. Silver earlier tickled $17.26 and is trading at its highest since late May, according to FactSet."