Silver futures are financial contracts that enable traders to speculate on the future price of silver. These standardized agreements involve buying or selling a specific quantity of silver at a predetermined price on a future date. Traded on commodity exchanges like the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), silver futures offer a way to manage price risks and seek profit opportunities. Silver futures are used by various market participants, including investors, hedgers, and industrial users. The price of silver futures is influenced by factors such as global supply and demand dynamics, economic indicators, geopolitical events, and currency movements.
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