But first, in precious metals futures, silver prices for July delivery ended May at $18.68 an ounce, equating to a drop of 49 cents from its position at the end of April, or a dip of 2.6%. This third straight monthly decline marks a loss of $2.56, or 12.1%, from February’s close — the last month to see a gain. Year to date, silver prices have shed 69 cents, or 3.6%.
Looking at other precious metals futures:
- Gold at $1,246.00 an ounce dropped 3.9% in May
- Palladium rose to $836.35 an ounce, rallying 2.9% for the month
- Platinum at $1,452.70 an ounce rose 1.7% in May
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