The silver spot price has been steadily dropping this week thanks to a strong dollar and…
As widely expected, the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at its September FOMC meeting.
This week’s FOMC meeting was one of the most closely watched and important financial events of 2016.
Silver prices are moving after the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged
After a quiet August, volatility has returned to the markets this September.
Gold and gold stocks are among 2016’s best market performers and remain in hot demand.
Silver prices today (Friday) are falling following reports that U.S. inflation pressures are heating up, giving the U.S. Federal Reserve fewer reasons to remain on hold when it discusses interest rate hikes next week.
No one can time the markets and predict a true “crash,” but one thing we can be sure of is that markets will be volatile in September.
The silver spot price is modestly lower today (Friday) on fresh talks of an interest rate hike.
The Federal Reserve rate policy is having a huge negative effect on the economy.