• Gold: 1,262.11 -1.66
  • Silver: 17.60 -0.03
  • Euro: 1.093 -0.000
  • USDX: 98.785 -0.385
  • Oil: 49.28 -0.14

Silver Market Morning

New York closed at $1,558.60 down $23 and held there in Asia as the selling seemed to have stopped for the moment. The euro stood at €1: $1.2863. This morning in London, gold Fixed at $1,559.00 down $5 and in the euro at €1,213.607 the same as yesterday. Ahead of New York’s opening it started to bounce and stood at $1,559.55 and in the euro, which also continued to slip, €1,212.90 while the euro was at €1: $1.2858.

Silver Market Morning

New York closed at $1,581.30 down $12.3 before the ‘clumsy’ seller came in again and pushed the gold price down in Asia again to $1,563. The euro stood at €1: $1.2876 after Friday’s close of €1: $1.2921. This morning in London, gold Fixed at $1,563.00 down $18 and in the euro at €1,213.792 down €15. Ahead of New York’s opening it started to bounce and stood at $1,564.00 and in the euro, which also continued to slip, €1,215.51 while the euro was at €1: $1.2867.

Silver Update

Here are a few patterns that might explain the current state of the silver price, as well as, provide the possible way forward. Below is a graphic which compares the current pattern on silver (from about the beginning of 2011 to present) to a 2007 pattern:

Target 1 reached on silver (update on gold)

The initial profit taking target of the "Descending Triangle" pattern of the daily chart (right hand side below) on silver has been reached. The "Head and Shoulders" pattern on the daily chart is still in play.

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Silver Market Morning

New York closed at $1,591.00. Asia lifted the price up to $1,594 early in London’s morning. The euro stood at €1: $1.2965 leaving gold in the euro at €1,229.46. The Fixing in London today was set at $1,590.00 up $8 and in the euro at €1,228.368 up €7. Ahead of New York’s opening it started to slip again and stood at $1,587.65 and in the euro, which also continued to slip, €1,227.41 while the euro was at €1: $1.2935.

Silver Market Morning

New York closed at $1,606.80. Asia and London then took the price down to $1,585 early in London’s morning. The euro fell below €1: $1.30 to €1: $1.2971 leaving gold in the euro at €1,221.96 down €27 on yesterday. The Fixing in London today was set at $1,585.50 down $42 and in the euro at €1,221.37 down 2€8. Ahead of New York’s opening it continued to slip to stood at $1,585.81 and in the euro, which also continued to slip, €1,222.68 while the euro was at €1: $1.2970.

Silver Market Morning

New York closed at $1,638.70. Asia then took the price down to $1,627 early in London’s morning. The euro remarkably has held above €1: $1.30 at €1: $1.3032 leaving gold in the euro at €1,248.47 down €10 on yesterday. The Fixing in London today was set at $1,627.00 and in the euro at €1,250.769. Ahead of New York’s opening it continued to slip to stood at $1,625.00 and in the euro, which also continued to slip, €1,249.66 while the euro was at €1: $1.3003.

Silver Market Morning

After a weekend of critical European elections the gold price started the week in Asia lower at $1,638 lower in the dollar [-$3] but higher in the euro at just below €1: $1.30 then recovered. In the euro the gold price stood at €1,260 up €20 just ahead of London’s opening. There is no Fixing in London today as it is a public holiday. Ahead of New York’s opening it stood at $1,641.25 and in the euro €1,258.53 while the euro was at €1: $1.3041.