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POSTED ON November 2, 2021  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

The use of silver in electronics and electrical applications is expected to rise by 10% over the next five years. And this doesn’t include the expected demand increase for silver in the solar energy sector.

This is one of several silver-related stories covered in the latest edition of Silver News published by the Silver Institute.

POSTED ON May 20, 2021  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

The price of silver is up over 70% year on year. Investment demand was at record levels during the pandemic, but industrial outtake plunged. As economies have opened up, industrial demand for silver has rebounded, helping to support rising prices. And there are reasons for continued bullishness on silver in the long term.

According to a recent report from the Silver Institute, silver demand for printed and flexible electronics is forecast to increase 54% over the next 10 years.

POSTED ON August 18, 2020  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

From time to time, you will hear people inexplicably say, “Gold is just a useless metal.” They claim that gold’s value is simply “a matter of faith.”

This is sheer nonsense. In fact, gold is one of the most useful metals on the planet and would probably have even more practical applications if it wasn’t so rare and expensive. The truth is gold did not become money because it wasn’t useful for anything else. Its role as money actually evolved because it is so valuable and has so many uses.

Here are 10 uses for gold beyond its function as money and a store of wealth.

POSTED ON November 5, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

Demand for gold in technology and industrial sectors grew for the eighth consecutive quarter in Q3, according to the World Gold Council Global Demand Trends Q3 report.

Overall, gold used in technological applications grew 1% to 85.3 tons in the third quarter. That marked the eighth consecutive quarter of year-on-year growth. Strong demand in the electronics sector helped drive overall industrial and tech demand for the yellow metal higher.

POSTED ON September 13, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

China will be a major player in the silver market in the years to come, according to a new report by the Silver Institute.  The Chinese impact on silver comes from both the demand and supply sides of the equation.

China is by far the biggest silver consumer in the world. The Chinese account for about 18% of global fabrication demand and serves as a major destination for imported silver products fabricated in the US, Japan and other countries.

Meanwhile, China ranks as the third-largest silver-producing country in the world. 

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