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China Looks to Become a Major Player in Silver Trading

A pure (>99.95%) silver crystal, synthetic electrolytic made with visible dendritic structures. Weight ≈11g. this image was made from 12 single pictures via focus stacking

A pure (>99.95%) silver crystal, synthetic electrolytic made with visible dendritic structures. Weight ≈11g. this image was made from 12 single pictures via focus stacking

China could play an important role in silver market as Shanghai Futures Exchange opened its doors to silver trading from Thursday. If the world’s largest silver consumer plays its cards well, it could soon be dominating the global silver market as it is presently doing with the global gold market. Continue reading

Additional Efforts By China To Build A Future In Commodity Market

Though 2011 showed comparatively low future for silver and gold, the new year has optimistic future and options for Chinese investors.

China, the biggest consumer of diverse commodities, has triggered its efforts to strengthen its pricing power which will eventually shake commodity prices in the international market and change the trends. Continue reading

Silver Prices to Climb up 300 percent in 5 years

Evaluating the reports of 5 years, it’s expected that the prices on silver will increase up to 300 percent. According to the latest report, silver prices are assumed to be jumping at 33.75 an ounce. Continue reading

China hungry for silver

Bai silver liquor set

Silver has traditionally been a popular metal for China. However, the current trend indicates that China is now turning to the metal, not only for ornamental purposes but seeks it as an investment metal.

The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) is the only exchange in China for trading silver. Since 2010, the silver futures exchange has continued to boom and has increased almost six times this year. Experts claim that people have turned towards the metal because of the stagnant stock and property markets with slow returns.

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