In terms of commodities, silver has lived in gold’s shadow and, more often than not, moved in correlation with gold prices. Currently, the gold price is moving away from silver in terms of gold&silver ratio.
The gold and silver ratio average has considered being 58.4. The highest ratio difference was between the years 1990 to 1993, when the registered ratio was just above 90. Currently, the ratio is roughly 76.8.
According to Capital.com Russia produced around 42.5 million ounces of silver in 2020, making it the world’s sixth-largest producer, from which it has progressively risen to become the fourth-largest by 2022.
The Dukat mine, the Mangazeisky mine, the Lunnoye-Arylakh mine, the Mayminovskoye mine, and the Kupol and Dvoinoye mine were the five largest silver mines in Russia as of 2020.
Polymetal International, one of the world’s largest mining businesses, owns the Dukat and Lunnoye-Arylakh mines. Polymetal International and Evraz, another mining behemoth, have been kicked off of the FTSE 100 index due to the war and following stock market falls.
*Red lines are downtrend. The heavy red line is the long-term trendline.
*Green lines are uptrend. The heavy green line is a long-term trendline.
*Blue lines are short term support & resistance lines
(picture 1. Trendline & Support/Resistance)
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