Demand for silver is growing steadily. Existing applications are consuming more silver each year and that pattern is likely to continue. More importantly, new applications are constantly being developed.
Today I thought I'd just take a quick look at three commodities of interest rather than trying to assess what's happening to commodities in general.
Fed Chairman Greenspan calls interest rates a "conundrum". Rates have been remarkably low in the face of forces that, in the past, would have driven them higher.
Could the US government's move to block China's purchase of Unocal accelerate the decline of the dollar?
the Friday hesitation may be only a misplaced step along the way to new highs.
High River Gold and Jilbey Gold eye merger, Greystar rallies on hot holes, Fortuna picks up Peru silver mine and more this past week on the Canadian markets.
Is it my imagination or is it becoming a regular feature of the gold market to basically go to sleep during the first few days of the week and then wake up as we get closer to the week-end?