Silver Price Per Ounce

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Live silver pricing is aggregated across our physical vaulting hubs in London, Zurich, New York, Hong Kong, Brisbane, Dubai, Liechtenstein, Panama, Singapore, and Sydney. With Kinesis, you can purchase investment-grade physical silver bullion at some of the lowest prices in the industry.

What Is a Troy Ounce Of Silver?

Silver along with other precious metals is typically measured in troy ounces. One troy ounce is equal to 32,151 grams of silver in the metric system of grams and kilograms. There are however other units of measurement used worldwide. Troy ounces are slightly heavier than conventional ounces.

Inflation concerns are again mounting with energy price hikes and the cost of food increasing. Inflation typically leads investors to consider silver as a safe option against economic unrest and may be a reason why silver is trading higher since July 2020. Coronavirus concerns have coalesced with investors' need to accumulate during troubled times. 

Moreover, demand for silver is set to grow in the coming years particularly following the 2030/2035 move towards electrification and clean energy. Silver has unique properties in electronic circuit boards, which may boost its attraction for manufacturers to propel their energy transition to electric vehicles.

Silver Price Per Ounce FAQ

1 ounce of silver is currently priced at .

You can monitor the live silver price with Kinesis’ bespoke price charts, which display key pricing data straight from the Kinesis Exchange.

Silver hit around $48 per ounce towards the end of the 1970s, which is the highest recorded price of silver to date. Shortly after this spike, the price of silver fell to just $11 per ounce. 

It wasn’t until recently, in April of 2011, that silver rose to another notable peak of just over $47 per ounce, before trading well below that in the years that followed.

Silver was trading at around $24 troy ounces early on 23 February 2022. Since July 2020 the price has oscillated but has remained bound within the low to high $20s range.

When viewed over the past 10-year period, the percentage change has been minus 32.20%.

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