What has been the price of silver over the last 10 years?
Silver Price in USD per Troy Ounce for Last 10 Years
|10 Year High||$37.23|
|10 Year Low||$12.01|
|10 Year Change||$-7.12 (-24.83%)|
What is highest price of silver in history?
Throughout its history as a traded commodity, silver has seen many ups and downs, reflecting a variety of economic and political events. On January 18, 1980, this precious metal was at its premium, hitting $49.45 per ounce, the highest silver price to date.
What was the price of silver one year ago?
|Value from 1 Year Ago||27.00|
|Change from 1 Year Ago||-11.17%|
|Unit||USD per Troy Ounce|
What was the price of silver 5 years ago?
Silver Price in USD per Troy Ounce for Last 5 Years
|5 Year High||$29.59|
|5 Year Low||$12.01|
|5 Year Change||$+3.01 (15.56%)|
What was the price of silver in 2012?
The following data is for Silver Prices in 2012. All time Silver Price history plus more current silver price charts and info can be found on our live Silver Price page. Click the year of your choice below for both Daily Silver Price History and Yearly Silver Price Charts throughout this ongoing Fiat Currency Era.
What’s the current price of silver per ounce?
The 3-Month Live chart incorporates the latest price per ounce for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts show the last silver bar price for the previous trading day. For more information about our silver bar price charts or products, call Monex now.
What’s the difference between ask and bid for silver?
An “Ask” price is a dealer quote inviting an investor to buy, and “Bid” is a quote at which the investor would sell. The difference that the Ask price is greater than the Bid price is the dealer’s bid-ask spread. Common industry practice is to reference a “Spot” price, which benchmark relates to a per-ounce price of the current (“Spot”) month.
What does it mean when silver is sold at a premium?
Silver is sold by dealers with a premium to the current spot price. When one is looking to sell metals to a dealer, the dealer may offer spot or slightly below the spot price for one’s metals. The dealer premium as it is often called represents the price at which a dealer will buy silver and the price at which a dealer will sell silver.