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                              Silver Sep 19 (SI=F)

                              COMEX - COMEX Delayed Price. Currency in USD
                              15.15+0.01 (+0.06%)
                              As of 2:55AM EDT. Market open.
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                              Pre. SettlementN/A
                              Settlement Date2019-09-26
                              Open15.135
                              Bid15.145
                              Last Price15.146
                              Day's Range15.130 - 15.180
                              Volume6,414
                              Ask15.150
                              • From parties to Vegas tournaments, Bollywood’s Minissha Lamba now has a poker career
                                Quartz2 hours ago

                                From parties to Vegas tournaments, Bollywood’s Minissha Lamba now has a poker career

                                You probably know Minissha Lamba, the actor, but do you know Minissha Lamba, the poker player? Amid these varied acting gigs, she discovered her penchant for poker at a Diwali party eight years ago. Since then, Lamba has made an appearance in some of the country’s renowned tournaments like Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) in Goa and the India Poker Championship, where she was placed fourth in the 15K Weekend Kickoff Tournament in 2011.

                              • Non Ferrous Metal Mining Industry's Near-Term Prospects Dim
                                Zacks18 hours ago

                                Non Ferrous Metal Mining Industry's Near-Term Prospects Dim

                                Non Ferrous Metal Mining Industry's Near-Term Prospects Dim

                              • Gold Price Pop on Powell's Rate Cut Signal: 5 Top Picks
                                Zacks19 hours ago

                                Gold Price Pop on Powell's Rate Cut Signal: 5 Top Picks

                                The gold rally was primarily driven by three macro factors -- a dovish Fed and other major central banks, trade-related conflict across the world and fears of a global economic slowdown.

                              • Gold dips to one-week low on strong dollar; focus on Fed
                                Reuters3 days ago

                                Gold dips to one-week low on strong dollar; focus on Fed

                                Spot gold fell 0.4% to $1,390.21 per ounce at 10:42 a.m. EDT (1442 GMT). U.S. gold futures for August delivery shed 0.5% to $1,392.50 per ounce. "A less dovish Fed on the back of better-than-expected jobs data and increased optimism about a U.S.-China trade truce have strengthened the dollar, dragging on gold," said Jeff Klearman, portfolio manager at GraniteShares.

                              • Soybeans up But Limited as China Demand Remains Robust
                                FX Empire4 days ago

                                Soybeans up But Limited as China Demand Remains Robust

                                Investors on soybeans are digesting news that demand in China remains robust despite continued swine fever outbreak, but also, that Chinese scientist developed a gene-edited soybean that can grow in warmer climates.

                              • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

                                OPEC Comes Out Swinging Against Climate Activists---Energy Journal

                                Activists have lured OPEC’s chief into a rare public confrontation. At the tail end of OPEC's recent confab in Vienna, the cartel’s secretary general, Mohammad Barkindo, stepped into a heated squabble with climate campaigners, casting them as the oil industry’s biggest threat and accusing them of misleading the world about oil’s role in climate change. As Journal reporter Benoit Faucon wrote in a recent profile, the OPEC head has transformed a formerly technical position into one with real diplomatic gravitas.

                              • Bloomberg4 days ago

                                That Giant Asteroid of Gold Won’t Make Us Richer

                                (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Rejoice, people of Earth! News outlets are reporting that NASA is planning to visit an asteroid made of gold and other precious metals! At current prices, the minerals contained in asteroid 16 Psyche are said to be worth $700 quintillion -- enough to give everyone on the planet $93 billion. We’re all going to be richer than Jeff Bezos!OK, now for the bad news: This isn’t going to happen. Yes, 16 Psyche and other asteroids will probably be mined for their metals. But once those metals start hitting the market in large quantities, they’re unlikely to be precious for much longer. As any introductory economics student knows, price is a function of relative scarcity -- flood the market with gold, and it will go from being a rarity to being a common decoration. Supply goes up, price goes down.But in fact, there’s a more fundamental reason why a giant golden asteroid wouldn’t make the world fabulously rich. It’s because wealth mostly doesn’t come from big hunks of metal. It comes from the ability to create things that satisfy human desires.A steel factory represents real wealth, because you can use it to make parts for cars, buildings and so on. A house does too, because you can live in it or rent it out. The skills and knowledge in your head are also a form of wealth, even though they’re not counted in the official statistics. Even a sandwich is wealth, at least until it goes bad.But a giant asteroid full of gold only adds a little to real wealth. The metal would have various industrial applications and make nice jewelry and dental fillings, but it wouldn’t spark a new industrial revolution, or dramatically bring down the cost of goods and services, or in general make human life much better or more comfortable. Gold doesn’t command high prices just because it’s rare -- plenty of rare things have little to no market value. It’s because it’s rare relative to people’s demand for it. And because a golden asteroid wouldn’t increase the world’s total demand for gold, there’s no way it could create quadrillions of dollars of new real wealth.Something a bit like a golden asteroid happened once before. In about 1500, Spain conquered South and Central America and discovered large deposits of gold and silver. It then shipped these metals back to Europe and used them to pay for government expenditures (mostly wars). Because gold and silver were used for money at that time, a drop in the value of gold and silver meant a drop in the value of money -- in other words, inflation.Gold no longer is used as money, nor is the value of modern money pegged to the value of gold or any other metal. Thus, the arrival of a giant golden asteroid would probably not cause consumer prices to go up, and would instead simply cause gold prices to crash to almost zero.So a giant asteroid wouldn’t make us all billionaires. But whatever space-mining company managed to claim the space rock would still probably be able to make a substantial fortune for itself. It would have to follow the playbook of the diamond company De Beers.Diamonds used to be exceedingly rare, until large deposits were discovered in the 1800s in South Africa. The British businessman and colonial government official Cecil Rhodes consolidated all South African diamond mining under the De Beers company, an effective monopoly which later was controlled by the Oppenheimer family. Over the years, De Beers managed to defend this monopoly against challenges from various upstarts, by hoarding diamonds when prices were low and flooding the market to destroy competitors.A monopoly allows a company to limit supply to keep prices high. But De Beers needed more than that in order to prevent diamonds from eventually becoming commoditized -- and so it turned to marketing, launching one of the most effective advertising campaigns ever with the slogan, "A Diamond Is Forever." This convinced couples all around the world that diamond engagement rings were an indispensable symbol of marital commitment. That symbolism represents real value.Owners of a golden asteroid could conceivably try to pull a similar trick, launching advertising campaigns to get people to start using gold for more things -- building materials, perhaps, or clothing. But it seems unlikely that they could persuade the world to pay a premium for the sheer volume of gold coming from an asteroid like 16 Psyche -- especially if a rival company showed up with another golden space rock.The impossibility of extracting untold riches from 16 Psyche teaches two important lessons about how wealth really works. First, it shows that a great deal of wealth exists only on paper -- when you try to sell your assets, the price goes down. Liquidity -- the ability to sell an asset for cash -- is an important factor that tends to be forgotten when calculating net worth.And second, this example shows that real wealth doesn’t actually come from golden hoards. It comes from the productive activities of human beings creating things that other human beings desire. De Beers’ fabulous fortunes ultimately came not from its control over a certain type of dazzling rock, but from its ability to convince the world that this rock could be used to communicate love and devotion.If you want to get rich, don’t think about how to seize scarce resources. Think about how to use resources in an innovative way to make something people truly want or need.To contact the author of this story: Noah Smith at [email protected] contact the editor responsible for this story: James Greiff at [email protected] column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Noah Smith is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. He was an assistant professor of finance at Stony Brook University, and he blogs at Noahpinion.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion?2019 Bloomberg L.P.

                              • Bull of the Day: Royal Gold (RGLD)
                                Zacks4 days ago

                                Bull of the Day: Royal Gold (RGLD)

                                Bull of the Day: Royal Gold (RGLD)

                              • India hikes gold import duty, industry fears smuggling surge
                                Reuters7 days ago

                                India hikes gold import duty, industry fears smuggling surge

                                India raised the import duties on gold and other precious metals on Friday in a surprise move that industry officials say could dampen retail demand and boost smuggling in the world's second-biggest bullion consumer. Lower demand from India could weigh on global prices that are trading near their highest level in six years. Jewellery trade associations have asked India's government to reduce gold import duties, which have caused a surge in smuggling.

                              • Don't get too positive on silver just because gold's racing higher
                                Reuters9 days ago

                                Don't get too positive on silver just because gold's racing higher

                                Weakening global economic growth, lacklustre demand and huge stockpiles mean silver prices are unlikely to join gold in rocketing to new highs, analysts say. Silver and gold prices have traditionally moved together, with silver tending to outperform gold when the two are rising and fall faster when both are in decline.

                              • Investing.com10 days ago

                                Gold Prices Claw Back Some Lost Ground From U.S.-China Trade Truce

                                Investing.com - Gold prices on Tuesday clawed back a portion of the territory lost at the start of the week after the U.S. and China declared a trade truce, but remained below $1,400.

                              • Meet the dogs of the 2020 presidential race
                                Quartz11 days ago

                                Meet the dogs of the 2020 presidential race

                                The Democratic field for the 2020 presidential election is already crowded, with 25 declared candidates, and several more waiting in the wings. Most are running on similar platforms, promising a reversal of Donald Trump’s climate change–denying policies, better wages for the middle class, expanded healthcare benefits, and electoral reform that would beat back the influence of dark money. Trump is the first US president in more than 100 years not to have a dog in the White House, and Democratic candidates who do have one are flaunting their dog ownership, a crowd-pleasing way to put more distance between themselves and the president.

                              • Investing.com11 days ago

                                Gold Prices Slide Below $1,400 as Trump-Xi Agreement Dampens Safe-Haven Demand

                                Investing.com - Gold prices fell to a one-week low on Monday, dropping below $1,400, as a trade truce between the U.S. and China boosted risk appetite, dampening demand for the safe-haven precious metal.

                              • E-mini S&P 500 Index (ES) Futures Technical Analysis – Early Gap Still Intact but Buying Has Slowed
                                FX Empire12 days ago

                                E-mini S&P 500 Index (ES) Futures Technical Analysis – Early Gap Still Intact but Buying Has Slowed

                                Based on the early price action, the direction of the September E-mini S&P; 500 Index the rest of the session is likely to be determined by trader reaction to Friday’s close at 2944.25.

                              • Forex Daily Recap – Fiber Formed Symmetrical Triangle Pattern
                                FX Empire15 days ago

                                Forex Daily Recap – Fiber Formed Symmetrical Triangle Pattern

                                In the middle of adverse EUR data, the most significant German June YoY HICP figures reported in-line with the previous 1.3%. The US Jobless Claims data missed estimates and revealed slightly higher figures.

                              • Anti-Chinese protests in a Gambian fishing village show conflict of foreign investment in Africa
                                Quartz15 days ago

                                Anti-Chinese protests in a Gambian fishing village show conflict of foreign investment in Africa

                                Local residents allege since the factory arrived in Gunjur, swathes of dead fish and mammalshave washed up on the beach

                              • If You Had Bought Milner Consolidated Silver Mines (CVE:MCA.H) Shares Three Years Ago You'd Have Made 86%
                                Simply Wall St.15 days ago

                                If You Had Bought Milner Consolidated Silver Mines (CVE:MCA.H) Shares Three Years Ago You'd Have Made 86%

                                Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd. (CVE:MCA.H) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop...

                              • Should Milner Consolidated Silver Mines (CVE:MCA.H) Be Disappointed With Their 86% Profit?
                                Simply Wall St.15 days ago

                                Should Milner Consolidated Silver Mines (CVE:MCA.H) Be Disappointed With Their 86% Profit?

                                Milner Consolidated Silver Mines Ltd. (CVE:MCA.H) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop...

                              • As YouTubers eye Bollywood glory, movie star Alia Bhatt is aiming for their bastion
                                Quartz15 days ago

                                As YouTubers eye Bollywood glory, movie star Alia Bhatt is aiming for their bastion

                                The first Indian YouTuber to garner 10 million subscribers, Bhuvan Bam went from musician to comedian to writer-actor in a short film. Prajakta Koli, aka Mostly Sane, who has nearly 4 million subscribers on the video-sharing platform, went on to star in a WhatsApp commercial. For instance, with 28 films in her kitty, Alia Bhatt is already a household name in India.

                              • Tulsi Gabbard was a surprise breakout in first Democratic debate
                                Quartz15 days ago

                                Tulsi Gabbard was a surprise breakout in first Democratic debate

                                Ten people vying to be president on one stage was always going to be messy, and the first Democratic primary debate was just that. Candidates talked over one another, MSNBC had technical problems, moderators struggled to stop candidates from talking when their time was up, and New York mayor Bill de Blasio yelled a lot. It’s not really possible to declare a “winner,” especially since there’s another debate tomorrow night with an entirely new slate of candidates.

                              • NEM’s XEM Technical Analysis – Resistance Levels in Play – 27/06/19
                                FX Empire15 days ago

                                NEM’s XEM Technical Analysis – Resistance Levels in Play – 27/06/19

                                NEM’s XEM joins the rest of the majors in the red in the early hours. A move back through to $0.099 levels would signal a rebound…

                              • Reuters16 days ago

                                FEATURE-Democratic but deadlocked, Mongolia braces for "inevitable" political change

                                An hour's drive from Mongolia's capital Ulaanbaatar, a lavish monument to national hero Genghis Khan could provide a salutary lesson to the man who built it a decade ago: champion wrestler, businessman and current president, Battulga Khaltmaa. Nearly all of them saw their lives cut short during vicious fights for supremacy in medieval Mongolia's royal courts. Mongolia is at a political crossroads as public frustration mounts over disputes holding back vital mining and infrastructure projects, and President Battulga is preparing for a power struggle.

                              • India's gold demand could fall to three-year low as prices hit record high
                                Reuters16 days ago

                                India's gold demand could fall to three-year low as prices hit record high

                                India's gold demand could fall 10% in 2019 from a year ago to the lowest level in three years as record high local prices dent retail purchases during a key festive season, the head of an industry body told Reuters. Lower purchases by India, the world's second biggest consumer after China, could limit a rally in global prices that hit a 6-year high earlier this week. "Of late, customers are not used to such a jump in prices," Anantha Padmanabhan, chairman of the All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) told Reuters by telephone.

                              • First Majestic Silver (AG) in Focus: Stock Moves 7.4% Higher
                                Zacks17 days ago

                                First Majestic Silver (AG) in Focus: Stock Moves 7.4% Higher

                                First Majestic Silver (AG) shares rose more than 7% in the last trading session, amid huge volumes.

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