Even as the silver mine supply remains in a deficit, the price of silver continues to languish at bargain levels. How long will this be the case?
Tokyo, which hosts the 2020 Summer Olympics, is trying to produce 100% of its bronze, silver, and gold medals with metal recycled from electronic devices.
The production of solar power has been increasing dramatically. Because silver is a key component of solar panels, this trend should lift silver demand.
Coin collectors have not been thrilled with the designs of the new 2018 World War I commemorative silver dollar, but the coins support a great cause.
On the German island of Sylt in the North Sea, an impressive hoard of Viking treasure—jewelry, coins, and ingots made of silver—was discovered this summer.
As global industry declines from peak production of base metals, there is a major risk that the world's silver supply will be disrupted.
The U.S. Mint dropped a bombshell on collectors regarding the provenance of Silver Eagle coins produced at the mint's branch facilities the last few years.
Low sales numbers for 2017 American Silver Eagles have some people wondering if this year will mark another semi-rare mintage in the Silver Eagle program.
Less than three years at the task, Thomson Reuters and the CME Group are giving up their roles in executing the London silver fix.