Metals Mostly Higher, Silver Exploding Again
The metals market is mostly higher, with the notable exception of copper, as it continues to try to come back into positive territory. Equities are mostly higher, on a relief rally in equities today.
Copper is down 1.7 cents to trade at $4.0910, a loss of 0.4%.
Ipath Dow Jones Ubs Copper Total ETF (NYSE: JJC) is down 38 cents to $53.78, a loss of 0.7%.
Silver is leading the metals complex, up 54 cents to $37.16, a gain of nearly 1.5%.
Shares of Ishares Silver Trust ETF (NYSE: SLV) are up 21 cents this morning, to trade at $36.24, a gain of 0.6%.
Gold is up 90 cents an ounce to $1,539.60, a negligible gain today.
Shares of Spdr Gold Trust ETF (NYSE: GLD) are up 10 cents to $149.91.
Platinum is up $4.80 an ounce, trading at $1,836.00, a gain of 0.26%.
The platinum ETF settings First Trust ISE Global Platinum Index (NASDAQ: PLTM) is up 18 cents this morning to trade at $29.44, a gain of 0.6%.
Palladium is up $10.30 an ounce today, trading at $816.00, a gain of 1.4%, second best among the metals.
Shares of ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSE: APLL) are up 81 cents to $80.74, a gain of 1.01%.
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