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Silver’s outflow largest in a decade (in tonnage terms) -- Bloomberg

July 01, 2022

Investors cut holdings in exchange-traded funds for silver, platinum and palladium in the second quarter on fears that a potential recession will reduce industrial demand, but gold assets held up because of its role as a haven, and that may persist.  

The World Silver Survey 2022: Demand to rise by 5% (The Silver Institute / PDF)

April 20, 2022

- Supply: Global silver mine production is expected to grow further in 2022, with output forecast to rise by 2.5% y/y to 843.2Moz (26,226t).

Gold Is on a Tear. Is Silver About to Catch Up? (Barrons)

March 03, 2022

What is encouraging is that volume flows have surged more quickly than silver’s price has.

Smelter Shutdowns: Europe's Smelters Call for Action to Combat Soaring Energy Costs

January 18, 2022

(Bloomberg) — A group of Europe’s leading metal producers has called on the continent’s politicians to deploy a package of measures including state aid and tapping national gas reserves to ease the regional power crisis and avert further smelter shutdowns.

Gold and Silver prospects for 2022 (Alasdair Macleod)

December 27, 2021

Fortuna receives San Jose Mine environmental impact authorization

December 20, 2021

Vancouver, December 20, 2021 – Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. (NYSE: FSM) (TSX: FVI) is pleased to announce that the Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (“SEMARNAT”) has granted a twelve (12) year extension of the environmental impact authorization (“EIA”) at the San Jose Mine, located in Oaxaca, Mexico.   Fortuna appealed the decision of the authority which denied the San Jose Mine EIA extension application (refer to Fortuna news release dated November 11, 2021)…

Rare Silver coin minted in Colonial New England sells for $350,000

November 30, 2021

Peru miners, govt carry out "productive" talks following Hochschild stock collapse

November 23, 2021

"If (the mining companies) have all the mechanisms to present an extension, they can do so, the door is not closed," Chavez said. According to a government statement, Vasquez's initial announcement said the mines would be closed as soon as possible on environmental concerns, with "no extensions, whether for exploitation, exploration or even shutdown."

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