Today, silver rose 1.2 percent or, $0.25, to $21.07 an ounce.
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This morning, silver rose 0.48 percent, or $0.10, to trade at $20.90. Investors are seeking a safe option for their capital due to concern about weak Chinese economic data and the ongoing crisis in the Ukraine.
This morning, silver fell 0.8 percent, or $0.17, to trade at $21.78 an ounce. The white metal hit its highest price since October 31 in the previous session.
Today, silver rose 1 percent, or $0.22, to trade at $22.03 per ounce. Earlier in the day, it hit $22.16, its highest price since October 31.
This morning, silver fell 1.1 percent, or $0.24, to $21.41 an ounce. The decline follows the metal's rise yesterday to $21.96, its highest price since early November.
This morning, silver rose 0.9 percent, or $0.18, to $19.62 per ounce.
Today, silver rose 0.2 percent, to $19.72 an ounce.
Many analysts see silver staying steady at around $21 per ounce in 2014, but others believe a number of factors may push the white metal up.
This morning, after reaching a four-week high of $20.33 per ounce, London silver sank to $20.23.
Mineweb reported that next month, China Silver Group Ltd. (HKEX:0815) plans to launch an e-commerce platform in China in order to promote silver jewelry and a number of retail brands. The company's aim is to "leverage its sales off of its existing silver production business."