Silver Price Chart
Live price of silver per ounce, gram & kilo
OneGold’s silver price chart shows real-time data for silver prices today and the historical price of silver per ounce. Silver prices may be viewed for any date within the last 30 years in the interactive chart below. Simply click on the date range to view silver price movements for that time period. You can also hover your mouse over the silver prices chart to see the specific price of silver for each day.
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Annual Closing Silver Prices and % Returns by Currency
Below are the historical year-end prices for silver in USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD, JPY, CHF, CNY, and INR. You can also see the annual
percentage returns as measured in each currency.
Have you thought about investing in silver, but you're not sure where to start? One of the first things you need to consider is how silver markets work. Once you understand the best ways to buy silver at the best prices, you can move on to learning about silver investments.
When you're ready to make a silver investment, it helps to understand why silver is a popular option. There's only so much silver available in the world. 50% of the annual silver supply is used in industrial applications. Silver is second only to oil in the amount of industrial applications this precious metal is used for our day-to - day conveniences.This affordable white metal has thousands upon thousands of modern-day industrial uses.
Demand For Silver
Industrial demand for silver — which has industrial, as well as a precious metal, characteristics — grew by 4 % to 599 million ounces in 2017, according to a report produced for The Silver Institute by the GFMS team at Thomson Reuters.That was the first rise in four years for silver industrial fabrication, which makes up about 60 % of silver offtake.
Bitcoin Price Chart
Bitcoin is not based on any physical commodity and only comes into being through “mining,” or using one’s computing power to solve equations. If your computer does enough work, you are paid in Bitcoin. And the most Bitcoins will ever be produced is 21 million, the reason is to protect Bitcoin from artificial inflation through “minting” more coins.
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