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Silver Rate in Chennai
Silver is among the most popular commodities in India. Silver rates in Chennai, or for that matter other cosmopolitan cities like Mumbai or Delhi, are a reflection of the international silver prices as decided by various market dynamics. Silver as a commodity is traded mainly on the MCX or Multi-Commodity Exchange in India, which is also among the top 3 destinations worldwide for silver trading.
Chennai is one of the highest consumers of silver in the country. Most of the consumption is in the form of jewelry or silverware. This is a national trend where most of the imported silver is used more for individual consumption rather than industrial usage. Across the world, more than half the total silver consumption is mainly for industrial purposes, as silver is a highly useful metal with a range of properties that make it attractive for large industries such as manufacturing, medicine etc.
Silver production in India is minimal and most of the internal demand has to be met through imports. For consumers in Chennai, silver has emerged not only as a metal for jewelry and ornamentation, but also as a safe bet for savings in the long and short run.
September 2017- Week 1 (1st to 10th)
- Silver demand in Chennai was steady as the month began, with the industrial metal trading at Rs.40,390 per kg from 1-3 September.
- Silver prices in Chennai rose to Rs.41,230 per kg on 4 September after demand from overseas industrial units increased, taking advantage of favourable U.S. dollar rates.
- Local demand was also on the increase as silver rate in Chennai rose to Rs.41,495 per kg on 6 September.
- As positive jobs data was released from the U.S., there was a slight slump in demand from Asia as the U.S. dollar rose.
- Demand surged on 8 September, reaching Rs.41,900 per kg as the news of a nuclear test by North Korea sent markets crashing and investors rushed to buy bullion.
- Silver price in in Chennai remained steady as the week ended on 10 September.
September 2017- Week 2 (11th to 17th)
- Prices were on the decline in the second week of September, with silver demand falling as market forces as well as a recovering dollar rate led to reduced demand.
- Silver opened the week at Rs.41,075 per kg on 11 September and fell to Rs.41,030 per kg on 12 September as markets began to recover from the previous week’s losses.
- Local demand was also muted as the dollar rate rose, making imports more expensive resulting in silver rates in Chennai dropping to Rs.40,890 per kg on 14 September.
- Prices recovered marginally for the remainder of the week, with silver trading at Rs.41,030 per kg from 15-17 September.
September 2017- Week 3 (18th to 24th)
- Silver traded at Rs.40,440 per kg on 18 September as there was a minor dip in orders from Europe.
- Silver prices in Chennai continued to drop for the rest of the week, with silver trading at Rs.39,680 per kg on 19 September.
- Barring a minor rise in price on 20 September when silver traded at Rs.40,060 per kg, prices were stagnant as demand was static.
- The industrial metal traded at Rs.39,670 per kg for the rest of the week, as local demand was also poor.
September 2017- Week 4 (25th to 30th)
- The last week saw a further decline in the price of silver in spite of continued geopolitical tensions in the United States.
- Silver was priced at Rs.39,680 per kg on 25 September and briefly rose to Rs.40,285 per kg on 26 September following the victory of incumbent Chancellor Angela Merkel in the German elections.
- The impending Catalan independence referendum did not appear to sway markets, which continued to rise, leading to a drop in demand for silver.
- Prices dropped to Rs.39,530 per kg on 28 September and remained constant till the month ended on 30th September, registering a loss of 2.12%.
Trend of Silver Rate in Chennai for September 2017 (rates per kg)
|Parameters||Silver price (per 1 kg)|
|Silver rate on 1st September||Rs.40,390 per kg|
|Silver rate on 30th September||Rs.39,530 per kg|
|Highest Rate in September||Rs.41,900 per kg from 8-10 September|
|Lowest Rate in September||Rs.39,530 per kg on 28 to 30 September|
|Overall Monthly Performance||Decline|
Trend of Silver Rate in Chennai for August 2017 (rates per kg)
|Parameters||Silver price (per 1 kg)|
|Silver Rate on 1st August||Rs.38,995 per kg|
|Silver Rate on 31st August||Rs.40,060 per kg|
|Highest Rate in August||Rs.40,190 per kg on 30 August|
|Lowest Rate in August||Rs.37,235 per kg on 5 & 6 August|
|Overall Monthly Performance||Incline|
August ‘17- Week 1 (1st to 6th)
- Demand for silver fluctuated in the first week of August as industrial demand was subject to market vagaries.
- Silver opened the week at Rs.38,995 per kg on 1 August but soon fell to Rs.38,230 per kg on 2 August due to poor local demand.
- The rising U.S. dollar rate as well as the stable market scenario led to a reduction in overseas demand for the industrial metal, resulting in silver price in Chennai falling to Rs.27,965 per kg on 3 August.
- Silver rate in Chennai rose fractionally to Rs.38,455 per kg on 4 August before a strengthening Euro led to a drop in industrial demand from the continent.
- The week ended with silver priced at Rs.37,235 per kg on 6 August.
August ‘17- Week 2 (7th to 13th)
- The poor response to U.S. non-farm jobs data led to an increase in demand for bullion, leading to a rise in the price of silver in Chennai.
- The white metal traded at Rs.38,345 per kg on 8 August and continued to rise throughout the week as industrial as well as retail demand rose.
- Silver rate in Chennai was at Rs.39,670 per kg on 11 August as coin makers also capitalised on unstable market conditions and increased demand.
- While local demand was still muted, there was a steady rise in demand from retail sectors, which helped keep prices stable.
- The week ended with silver trading at Rs.39,670 per kg on 13 August.
August ‘17- Week 3 (14th to 20th)
- There was some turbulence in prices in the third week of August as markets began to recover from their earlier losses, resulting in lower demand for overseas orders.
- Silver traded at Rs.39,435 per kg on 14 August amidst a gradual reduction in orders from China after data suggested a slowing down of their economy.
- Local demand was also still lower than usual as industry acclimatised to the new taxation regime, resulting in silver prices dropping to Rs.38,640 per kg on 16 August.
- Demand ramped up as the dollar rate fell due to continued political uncertainty over Obamacare in the United States, leading to silver price in Chennai rising to Rs.39,780 per kg on 18 August.
- There was a dip in price as the week ended, with silver priced at Rs.39,115 per kg on 20 August.
August ‘17- Week 4 (21st to 27th)
- Silver price in Chennai were unchanged as the week began with silver trading at Rs.39,115 per kg on 21 August.
- Demand began to rise marginally as industrial demand from overseas helped boost the white metal’s value, with silver rising to Rs.39,355 per kg on 24 August.
- The dollar rate stabilised after considerable fluctuation, though this did not appear to affect silver prices in Chennai drastically.
- The testing of a missile by North Korea on 26 August also failed to impact prices significantly, as silver continued to trade at Rs.38,995 per kg from 25-27 August.
August ‘17- Week 5 (28th to 31st)
- The last week of August saw a spike in demand for silver as the dollar rate plummeted following the escalation of tensions with North Korea.
- In Chennai , Silver was priced at Rs.39,435 per kg on 28 August and jumped to Rs.40,440 per kg on 29 August, the highest rate for the month.
- The impact of Hurricane Harvey as well as the possibility of war led to investors stockpiling bullion, with local demand also rising.
- Silver rate in Chennai began to stabilise in the subsequent days, with silver prices falling to Rs.40,190 per kg on 30 August.
- The high prices led to lower retail demand, which contributed to silver prices dropping to Rs.40,060 per kg on 31 August.
Trend of Silver Rate in Chennai for July 2017 (rates per kilogram)
|July 1 Rate||Rs.38,640 per kg|
|July 31 Rate||Rs.38,815 per kg|
|Highest Rate in July||Rs.38,815 per kg on 31 July|
|Lowest Rate in July||Rs.35,565 per kg on 10 July|
|Overall Monthly Performance||Increase|
July ‘17- Week 1 (1st to 9th)
- Silver opened the week at Rs.38,640 per kg on 1 July, with the price remaining constant for a few days due to stable demand from both local and overseas industrial units.
- Prices dipped as U.S. markets and the dollar rose on positive cues, resulting in silver rates falling to Rs.37,705 per kg on 4 July.
- Demand was subject to market volatilities, with silver prices rising to Rs.38,395 per kg on 5 July before prices dropped to Rs.37,600 per kg on 6 July.
- Prices continued to fall as industrial demand was on the decline, with the industrial metal trading at Rs.37,115 per kg from 7-9 July.
July ‘17- Week 2 (10th to 16th)
- Silver price in Chennai plunged to Rs.35,565 per kg on 10 July as markets were on the rise following positive cues from the recently concluded G20 summit.
- Demand was sluggish as industrial units reduced orders due to the high dollar rate but local demand helped raise prices to Rs.36,035 per kg on 11 July.
- Geopolitical factors such as the political instability in the United States led to an increase in demand for silver, which led to the price rising to Rs.37,115 per kg on 13 July.
- Demand dipped briefly to Rs.36,545 per kg n 14 July before recovering to end the week at Rs.37,115 per kg on 16 July.
July ‘17- Week 3 (17th to 23rd)
- There was a fluctuation in the price of silver in the third week of the month, with the industrial metal trading at Rs.37,180 per kg on 17 July as demand was steady.
- Prices rose to Rs.38,395 per kg on 18 July as there was an increase in demand from coin makers, but prices dipped to Rs.37,600 per kg on 19 July due to vagaries in demand.
- A dip in the U.S. dollar rate led to an increase in demand from overseas industrial units, which resulted in prices rising to Rs.38,000 per kg on 21 July.
- Demand remained high with a few minor variations in the price of silver as the week ended with the industrial metal priced at Rs.37,965 per kg on 23 July.
July ‘17- Week 4 (24th to 31st)
- Unstable markets led to silver prices fluctuating in the final week of July due to an escalation in tensions between North Korea and the United States.
- Silver traded at Rs.38,275 per kg on 24 July as the recent geopolitical tensions led to investors increasing demand for the white metal.
- Prices fell marginally as the week progressed, with silver priced at Rs.38,005 per kg on 25 July due to a reduction in local demand.
- In spite of favourable market conditions, local demand was muted as industry had reached saturation point, which resulted in prices falling to Rs.37,965 per kg on 26 July.
- Demand picked up as European demand boosted prices, with silver reaching Rs.38,640 per kg on 27 July.
- Silver price in Chennai were more or less steady for the remainder of the week, with the metal trading at Rs.38,815 per kg on 31 July.
|June 1 Rate||Rs.40,060 per kg|
|June 30 Rate||Rs.38,640 per kg|
|Highest Rate in June||Rs.40,890 per kg on 6 & 7 June|
|Lowest Rate in June||Rs.38,455 per kg on 21 June|
|Overall Monthly Performance||Decline|
June ‘17- Week 1 (1st to 4th)
- Silver in Chennai saw fluctuations in its price, with the metal opening the month at Rs.40,060 per kg on 1 June.
- Prices fell to Rs.39,780 per kg on 2 June before rising to Rs.40,670 per kg on 3 June due to an influx of demand from industrial units in Asia.
- The low U.S. dollar rate led to increased demand for bullion, which helped keep prices stable as the week ended, with silver priced at Rs.40,670 per kg on 4 June.
June ‘17- Week 2 (5th to 11th)
- Silver prices rose in the second week of June due to consistently poor results from the stock markets as well as a weak U.S. dollar.
- The white metal traded at Rs.40,725 per kg on 5 June before prices rose to Rs.40,890 per kg on 6 June.
- Increased demand for silver coupled with a plunging U.S. dollar rate due to geopolitical crises in the United States led to prices remaining high till 7 June.
- Silver priced dipped as the week progressed, trading at Rs.40,815 per kg on 8 June.
- Prices fell sharply to trade at Rs.40,060 per kg on 9 June, with the price staying the same till the week ended on 11 June.
June ‘17- Week 3 (12th to 18th)
- Silver prices fell due to the strengthening of the U.S. dollar as well as declining demand from overseas markets and poor local demand led to silver trading at Rs.39,780 per kg on 12 June.
- Prices dipped to Rs.39,115 per kg on 14 June as favourable jobs market data from the U.S. led to a revival of the markets as demand for silver fell.
- Silver traded at Rs.38,995 per kg on 16 June to continued poor demand from industrial units and coin makers due to high import costs.
- The week ended with silver trading at Rs.38,460 per kg on 18 June.
June ‘17- Week 4 (19th to 25th)
- Demand was still poor as silver opened the week at Rs.38,815 per kg on 19 June but soon fell to Rs.38,460 per kg on 20 June.
- As the U.S. dollar gained on other global currencies and Brent crude prices stabilised, demand for silver fell as the metal traded at Rs.38,455 per kg on 21 June.
- Prices rose to Rs.38,925 per kg on 23 June as an increase in demand from local industrial units helped bolster prices.
- Prices remained stable as the week drew to a close, trading at Rs.38,925 per kg on 25 June.
June ‘17- Week 5 (26th to 30th)
- Prices did not see much improvement in the last week of June as demand for silver fluctuated.
- Silver traded at Rs.38,815 per kg on 26 June before a dip in industrial demand led to prices falling to Rs.38,690 per kg on 27 June.
- A late rally helped silver rise to Rs.39,110 per kg on 28 June as local demand was high prior to the implementation of GST.
- In spite of unstable markets, prices dipped to Rs.38,640 per kg on 30 June as prices fell by 3.54% over the course of the month.
|May 1 Rate||Rs.40,040 per kg|
|May 31 Rate||Rs.40,190 per kg|
|Highest Rate in May||Rs.40, 190 per kg from 26-28 & 31 May|
|Lowest Rate in May||Rs.37,800 per kg on 9 May|
May ’17 – Week 1 (1 to 7)
- The price of silver in Chennai was on the decline in the first week of May due to decreasing demand from industry.
- Silver was priced at Rs.40,040 per kg on 1 May but fell to Rs.38,925 per kg on 3 May as the U.S. Dollar experienced a revival in value and export demand for the white metal fell.
- With uncertainty over the U.S. Federal Reserve’s monetary policy going forward, the markets were jittery but demand continued to remain sluggish, with silver trading at Rs.38,120 per kg on 5 May.
- Prices continued to drop as the week ended, with silver trading at Rs.38,005 per kg on 7 May due to consistently low demand from the industrial sector both domestically and internationally.
May ’17- Week 2 (8 to 14)
- Prices continued to trade low, with silver opening the week at Rs.37,865 per kg on 8 May.
- Prices fell to their lowest in the month, trading at Rs.37,800 per kg on 9 May as markets continued their bullish run, which led to investors pulling away from investments in bullion.
- Local demand reflected overseas trends, with silver losing some of its sheen due to reduced orders from coin makers and industrial units.
- Prices revived as the week was drawing to a close, with the price rising to Rs.38,005 per kg on 12 May.
- There was no change in the price of silver as the week progressed, resulting in silver trading at Rs.38,005 per kg as the week ended on 15 May.
May ’17- Week 3 (15 to 21)
- The third week of May saw the price of silver increase due to a fluctuating U.S. Dollar as well as market uncertainty over the impact of GST on bullion and the markets in general.
- Silver was priced at Rs.38,230 per kg on 15 May, with the price rising in the subsequent days owing to renewed interest from the industrial sector.
- Prices rose to Rs.38,995 per kg on 17 May, marking a substantial jump in price as local demand increased following positive overseas cues.
- Fluctuating currency rates and market instability led to an increase in demand for silver, which helped push prices to Rs.39,115 per kg on 19 May.
- The week ended with silver prices remaining unchanged, trading at Rs.39,115 per kg on 21 May due to favourable market conditions.
May ’17- Weeks 4 & 5 (22 to 31)
- Silver prices in the last two weeks of May fluctuated marginally, though the trend was towards an increase in price.
- The price of silver was Rs.39,435 per kg on 22 May, with the price rising to Rs.39,950 per kg on 25 May as both domestic and international demand was high.
- The OPEC resolution to reduce Brent crude volumes in an effort to boost production negatively impacted the U.S. Dollar, which in turn led to increased demand for silver by overseas markets.
- The price rose to Rs.40,190 per kg on 26 May and was steady for a few days as demand was consistent.
- A minor dip was observed due to demand vagaries, though prices were still high.
- Silver traded at Rs.40,285 per kg on 29 May due to a sudden rally by the market, though prices recovered as the month ended to trade at Rs.41,190 per kg on 31 May.
|April 1st Rate||Rs.42,570 per kg|
|April 30th Rate||Rs.40,040 per kg|
|Highest Rate in April||Rs.43,055 per kg on 15th and 16th April|
|Lowest Rate in April||Rs.40,040 on 29th and 30th April|
April 2017 - Week 1 (1st - 9th):
- Silver prices in Chennai fluctuated considerably during the first week of April due to a topsy-turvy demand.
- On 1st of April, silver was priced at Rs.42, 570 per kg, which didn’t change on the 2nd as there was a sustained demand for the metal.
- However, silver prices went down to Rs.42,435 per kg as demand from local coin makers and industrialists went down.
- Rates went up just as they went down on 4th as silver trading rocketed to Rs.42,925 per kg - a Rs.490 increase in just a day’s time.
- After that sudden increase in demand, prices corrected themselves slightly to reach Rs.42,730 per kg on 5th.
- As demand fell on the 6th, silver rates went down again to reach Rs.42,570 per kg but went back up marginally to Rs.42,640 per kg as demand went up.
- Silver prices remained largely the same over the next two days - till the 9th - as demand sustained for most of this period.
April 2017 - Week 2 (10th - 16th):
- When the second week of April began, there was a slump in silver prices.
- Rates had gone from Rs.42,640 per kg to Rs.41,625 per kg on 10th and fluctuated over the next few days.
- On 11th, prices increased marginally to hit Rs.41,675 per kg as demand also went up from various quarters of the industry as well as coin makers.
- The 12th saw prices increase again as silver trading reached Rs.42,570 per kg.
- When trading began on 13th, silver prices had seen one of its biggest inclines as rates went up to Rs.43,030 per kg - a Rs.460 increase from the previous day - as demand went up.
- Rates remained at Rs.43,030 per kg on 14th but increased to Rs.43,055 per kg on the 15th before continuing at the same rate till the end of the week.
- Rates seen on the 15th and the 16th were the highest silver prices for the month of May.
April 2017 - Week 3 (17th - 23rd):
- The third week of May saw silver prices fluctuate as demand seemed to rattle after hitting a new high for the first time in a few months.
- When the third week began on 17th, silver was trading at Rs.43,055 per kg but went down to Rs.42,775 per gram on 18th as demand went down.
- On the 19th, silver rates went down again - for the third consecutive day - as demand showed no sign of picking up.
- However, there were sustained demand on the 19th and the 20th, which lead to rates remaining at Rs.42,365 per kg on both the days.
- The 21st again saw silver price tumble - this time by Rs.365 - to reach Rs.41,980 per gram and remained the same till the end of the week on the 23rd.
April 2017 - Week 4 (24th - 30th):
- Silver rates in Chennai were at their worst during the last week of April.
- When the week began, silver was trading at Rs.41,435 per gram, which then went down to Rs.40, 340 per gram.
- Rates went up briefly on the 26th to reach Rs.40,520 per gram but decreased again to Rs.40,285 per kg.
- There were plenty of fluctuations in demand which brought silver rates to Rs.40,390 per gram and then to Rs.40,040 per gram.
- On the last day of April, silver was trading at Rs.40,040 - which happened to be the lowest silver rate for the entire month.
|March 1st Rate||Rs. 43,970 per kg|
|March 31st Rate||Rs. 42,115 per kg|
|Highest Rate in March||Rs. 44,100 per kg on 2nd March|
|Lowest Rate in March||Rs. 40,040 per kg on 15th March|
March ‘17 - Week 1 (1st to 5th)
- Silver prices in Chennai were recorded at Rs.43,970 per kg on the 1st of March.
- Prices increased by Rs.130 on the second to jump to Rs.44,100 per kg, and this was the highest rate of silver in March.
- Decline in demand saw prices plunge significantly on the 3rd of March, and the metal traded at Rs.42,730 per kg.
- Prices rose on the 4th of March to Rs.43,295, and they remained at the same level until the close of the week thanks to increase in demand followed by stability.
March ‘17 - Week 2 (6th to 12th)
- The price of silver on the opening day of the second week of March was Rs.42,925 – the same as the price on the closing day of the first week of the month.
- Prices dropped slightly on the following few days due to decline in demand. They were recorded at Rs.42,570 per kg on the 7th of March, Rs.41,900 per kg on the 8th of March, and Rs.41,435 per kg on the 9th of March.
- A major decline on the 10th of March saw prices tumble to Rs.40,670 per kg, after which another decline saw rates drop to Rs.40,520 per kg on the 11th.
- Prices remained unchanged on the last day of the second week of March as demand remained stable and the value of the metal at the close of trading was Rs.40, 520 per kg.
March ’17- Week 3 (13th to 19th)
- The price of silver on the first day of the third week of March was Rs.40,760 per kg thanks to a minor increase in demand.
- Prices fell by Rs.320 on the second day of the third week and were recorded at Rs.40,440 per kg.
- On the 15th of March, prices hit their lowest levels in the month as they touched Rs.40,040 per kg, after which an increase by Rs.850 saw them rise to Rs.40,890 per kg on the 16th.
- A minor decline on the 17th saw prices fall to Rs.40,815 per kg and rates remained stable for the next three days, closing the third week of March at Rs.40,815 per kg.
March ’17- Week 4 (20th to 26th)
- Silver opened the penultimate week of the month at Rs.41,075 per kg, marking a small incline from the closing levels of the previous week.
- Prices fell by Rs.350 on the 21st of March and were recorded at Rs.40,725 per kg.
- On the 22nd of the month, prices rose marginally and were recorded at Rs.41,230 per kg.
- Thanks to an increase in demand, silver closed the penultimate week of March on a strong note as rates rose to Rs.41,340 before rising again and closing the seven-day period at Rs.41,435 per kg.
March ’17 – Week 5 (27th to 31st)
- The price of silver on the first day of the last week was recorded at Rs.41,900 per kg.
- An increase by Rs.215 on the 28th of the month saw prices rise to Rs.42,115 per kg, and stable demand ensured that prices remained the same on the 29th of the month as well.
- On the 30th of March, prices increased by Rs.320 to settle at Rs.42,435 per kg, and a decline by the same amount on the last day of the month saw the metal close March at Rs.42,115 per kg.
|February 1st Rate||Rs. 42,755 per kg|
|February 28th Rate||Rs. 44,085 per kg|
|Highest Rate in February||Rs. 44,140 per kg on 28th February|
|Lowest Rate in February||Rs. 42,080 per kg on 3rd February|
February ‘17 - Week 1 (1st to 5th)
- There were a number of fluctuations noted in the price of silver during the first week of February in Chennai.
- Silver opened at Rs.42,755 per kg on the 1st due to steady demand for this metal in both domestic and international markets.
- The rate of silver rose to Rs.42,835 per kg on the 2nd due to increased demand. However, this could not be sustained and silver prices declined the next day to trade at Rs.42,080 per gram on the 3rd of February. This was also the lowest rate at which silver traded for the month of February in Chennai.
- Due to fluctuations in the U.S. dollar price and subsequent increase in demand, the price of silver rose to Rs.42,355 per gram in the 4th of the month.
- Silver closed the first week of February by trading at Rs.42,355 per kg which was the same rate as that of the previous day.
February ‘17 - Week 2 (6th to 12th)
- The second week saw silver trading at Rs.42,505 per kg which was slightly higher than that of the previous day.
- Right after this, due to increased demand from industrialists and jewellers, the price of silver jumped to trade at Rs.42,730 per kg.
- Rate of silver was Rs.42,775 per kg on the 9th of February thanks to sustained but lower demand for this metal.
- The price of silver fell to Rs.42,365 per kg on the 10th due to reduction in the demand for this precious metal.
- However, as the rate of the U.S. dollar fluctuated it lead to a hike in the demand for this metal. As a result the price of silver increased to trade at Rs.42,570 per kg on the 11th of February.
- Prices fluctuated during the week, with silver continued trading at Rs.42,570 per kg on 12th February due to a sudden rise in demand.
February ’17- Week 3 (13th to 19th)
- A minor variation in the rate of the U.S. dollar led to sudden rise in the demand for silver with this metal trading at Rs.43,245 per kg on the first day of the third week of February.
- This demand was however not very steady and fluctuated throughout the week. On the 14th of February, the price of silver plunged to Rs.43,030 per kg.
- Prices rose to Rs.43,110 per kg on 15th February and later rose to Rs.43,480 per kg on 16th February due to a sudden drop in the value of the U.S. Dollar.
- Local demand kept prices stable as demand fluctuated, trading at Rs.43,630 per kg on 17th February.
- The week ended with silver trading at Rs.43,400 per kg on 19th February, due to steady demand.
February ’17- Weeks 4 & 5 (20th to 28th)
- The price of silver in the last two weeks of February fluctuated slightly varying demand for this precious metal from industrialists and coin makers.
- Silver was priced at Rs.43,300 per kg on 20th February, before rising slightly to trade at Rs.43,085 on the 21st of February.
- There was an increase in demand for this metal resulting in prices rising to trade at Rs.43,420 per kg on the 22nd of February.
- A slight increase in demand from coin makers led to silver trading at Rs.43,910 per kg on 24th February.
- Silver prices continued to trade at Rs.43,910 per kg on 25th February, with the price staying steady the next day as well.
- Silver prices continued to rise as the month ended, trading at Rs.44,085 per kg on 28th February to record an overall rise of 3.11%. This was also the highest at which silver traded for the month of February.
|January 1st Rate||Rs.39,035 per kg|
|January 31st Rate||Rs.41,900 per kg|
|Highest Rate in January||Rs.42,010 per kg on 30th January|
|Lowest Rate in January||Rs.39,035 per kg on 1st January|
January ‘17 - Week 1 (1st to 7th)
- The price of silver in Chennai increased in the first week as regional as well as industrial demand was high.
- Silver was priced at Rs.39,035 per kg on 1st January and rose to Rs.39,355 per kg on brisk trading in silver futures on the market.
- Prices rose to Rs.40,520 per kg on 5th January as domestic demand also rose, as fluctuating markets led to investors investing in the metal to offset losses.
- Silver prices fell marginally as the week ended, trading at Rs.40,390 per kg on 7th January, recording a weekly increase of Rs.1,355 per kg.
January ‘17 - Week 2 (8th to 14th)
- The second week of January saw the price of silver continue to rise as demand from the Asian markets as well as higher demand from coin makers kept prices high.
- Silver traded at Rs.40,390 per kg on 8th January but quickly rose to Rs.40,520 per kg on 9th January on increased orders from industry.
- Silver traded at Rs.41,360 per kg on 11th January as U.S. markets appeared to weaken on poor results, which led to the U.S. Dollar dropping in value.
- Prices dipped marginally, trading at Rs.41,230 per kg on 13th January.
- Silver ended the week trading at Rs.41,230 per kg on 14th January, recording a weekly increase in price of Rs.840 per kg.
January ’17- Week 3 (15th to 21st)
- The third week saw silver prices fluctuate due to variations in demand, with the metal trading at Rs.41,230 per kg on 15th January.
- Prices jumped to Rs.41,340 per kg on 16th January as the U.S. Dollar was unstable due to uncertainty over possible changes in fiscal policy under Donald Trump.
- Silver reached Rs.41,895 per kg on 18th January as domestic as well as overseas demand shot up, but prices settled as the week progressed.
- Prices stabilised at Rs.41,675 per kg on 19th & 20th January before closing the week at Rs.41,930 per kg on 21st January.
January ’17- Weeks 4 & 5 (22nd to 31st)
- There was considerable fluctuation in the price of silver towards the last week of January due to fluctuations in markets and global currencies.
- Silver traded at Rs.41,930 per kg on 22nd January as demand was stable from the previous week.
- Prices soon fell, as silver traded at Rs.41,860 per kg on 23rd January and later dropped to Rs.41,435 per kg on 25th January.
- The Lunar New Year holiday led to lower demand from Asia, as silver fell to Rs.41,075 per kg on 27th January.
- Prices recovered as the month ended, with silver trading at a monthly high of Rs.42,010 per kg on 30th January on increased industrial demand.
- Silver ended the month trading at Rs.41,900 per kg on 31st January, registering an increase of 7.33%.
|December 1st Rate||Rs.40,495 per kg|
|December 31st Rate||Rs.39,035 per kg|
|Highest Rate in December||Rs.41,495 per kg on 8th December|
|Lowest Rate in December||Rs.38,725 per kg from 23rd-25th December|
December '16 - Week 1 (1st to 4th)
- Silver prices in Chennai increased in the first week of December due to stable demand from industry.
- Silver was priced at Rs.40,495 per kg on 1st December and rose to Rs.41,070 per kg on 3rd December.
- Demand from overseas was high as markets were unstable due to fears of a slowdown.
- Silver ended the week at Rs.41,070 per kg on 4th December, marking a nominal increase in price.
December '16 - Week 2 (5th to 11th)
- Prices of silver were stable, rising marginally during the week as demand increased.
- Silver traded at Rs.40,650 per kg on 5th December, with the price rising to Rs.41,495 per kg on strong cues from the international bullion market.
- Festive demand also bolstered prices to an extent, as the currency shortage showed signs of easing.
- Silver prices fell marginally as the week ended, trading at Rs.41,345 per kg on 11th December.
December '16 - Week 3 (12th to 18th)
- Prices fluctuated during the week as markets rose, reducing demand for bullion.
- Silver traded at Rs.40,880 per kg on 12th December, rising to Rs.41,340 per kg on 13th December.
- Demand eased as the U.S. Dollar gained on global currencies, which led to demand for silver falling.
- Silver fell as retail demand dropped, resulting in silver ending the week priced at Rs.39,305 per kg on 18th December.
December '16 – Week 4 (19th to 25th)
- The week before Christmas saw increased demand overseas, though domestic demand remained low.
- Silver traded at Rs.39,265 per kg on 19th December due to a reduction in industrial demand.
- Demand from Asian countries reduced as industrial bookings dropped, which led to prices lowering.
- Silver traded at Rs.38,725 per kg on 25th December, with prices recording a marginal drop in value.
December '16 – Week 5 (26th to 31st)
- The last week of December saw prices rise marginally, though demand as well below projections.
- Silver traded at Rs.38,455 per kg on 26th December, with prices rising throughout the week.
- Demand rose overseas, which helped raise domestic prices to Rs.39,605 per kg on 29th December.
- Domestic markets performed well as currency was available freely, which led to silver demand dropping slightly.
- Silver traded at Rs.39,035 per kg on 31st December, with silver prices falling by 3.60% overall.
|November 1st Rate||Rs.43,310 per kg|
|November 30th Rate||Rs.41,275 per kg|
|Highest Rate in November||Rs.44,775 per kg on 11th November|
|Lowest Rate in November||Rs.40,405 per kg on 24th November|
November '16 - Week 1 (1st to 6th)
- Silver prices in Chennai were high at the start of the month, with silver trading briskly.
- Silver was priced at Rs.43,310 per kg on 1st November as industrial demand was high.
- Retail demand was strong as festive season purchases led to higher bookings by jewellers.
- Silver traded at Rs.44,180 per kg on 6th November, recording a marginal increase in price.
November '16 - Week 2 (7th to 13th)
- Silver maintained its price during the second week as markets fell as news of Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential race broke.
- Silver traded at Rs.43,735 per kg on 7th November due to a plunging U.S. Dollar, which boosted silver exports.
- The announcement of the demonetisation of Rs.1,000 and Rs.500 notes led to domestic markets crashing, which bolstered silver demand.
- Silver prices were high as the week progressed, with the metal reaching its monthly high of Rs.44,775 per kg on 11th November.
- Silver ended the week at Rs.42,005 per kg on 13th November as a currency shortfall led to declining demand.
November '16 - Week 3 (14th to 20th)
- Silver prices dropped as the acute currency shortage affected the economy, putting a dampener on festive silver purchases.
- Silver was priced at Rs.42,065 per kg on 14th November, with prices falling in the subsequent days due to a recovering market and declining demand from the industrial sector.
- Overseas demand for silver also dipped as the U.S. Dollar made gains, resulting in silver demand falling.
- Silver traded at Rs.40,735 per kg on 20th November, with prices falling sharply compared to the start of the week.
November '16 - Week 4 and 5 (21st to 30th)
- The price of silver fell in the last two weeks, trading at Rs.41,025 per kg on 21st November.
- The price rose marginally but soon dipped as markets rose on positive cues.
- Silver fell to its monthly low of Rs.40,405 per kg on 24th November as retail demand fell sharply.
- Silver made a slight recovery as the month ended, trading at Rs.41,275 per kg on 30th November.
|October 1st Rate||Rs.45,900 per kg|
|October 31st Rate||Rs.42,875 per kg|
|Highest Rate in October||Rs.45,900 per kg on 1st and 2nd October|
|Lowest Rate in October||Rs.41,780 per kg on 15th and 16th October|
October ’16- Weeks 1 & 2 (1st-9th)
- Silver was priced at Rs.45,900 at the start of October in Chennai on sustained industrial demand.
- Prices dipped marginally as industrial demand dropped during the middle of the week.
- Domestic demand was stable, but cues from international markets led to prices falling nonetheless.
- Silver traded at Rs.41,800 per kg on 9th October, the steepest drop in price for the entire month.
October ’16- Week 3 (10th- 16th)
- Prices rose marginally as domestic demand was high due to the festive season.
- Demand from jewellers and a slight increase in industrial demand led to silver trading at Rs.42,585 per kg on 10th October.
- The price was stable with very minor fluctuations at the start of the week before dropping due to low demand.
- Silver traded t Rs.41,780 per kg, a decrease of Rs.805 per kg from the start of the week.
October ’16- Week 4 (17th-23rd)
- Silver prices appreciated on higher demand due to unstable currency markets.
- Silver traded at Rs.41,845 per kg on 17th October and rose to Rs.42,380 on 20th October.
- With international trends reflecting a rise in price, domestic demand also rose marginally, contributing to a rise in price.
- Silver traded at Rs.42,130 per kg on 23rd October, an increase of Rs.285 per kg from the beginning of the week.
October ’16- Week 5 (24th-31st)
- Uncertain markets and a low U.S. Dollar led to demand for silver being relatively stable.
- Silver traded at Rs.42,340 per kg on 24th October on sustained demand from both domestic and overseas markets.
- The price rose marginally due to higher domestic demand before stabilising towards the middle of the week.
- A sharp drop in the market led to a late rally, with silver trading at Rs.42,875 per kg on 31st October for an increase in price of Rs.535 per kg for the week.
|1st Day||Rs.45,010 per kilogram|
|Last Day||Rs.46,175 per kilogram|
|Highest Price||Rs.47,735 per kilogram on 8th September|
|Lowest Price||Rs.45,010 per kilogram on 1st September|
September '16 - Week 1 (1st to 4th)
- On 1st September, silver traded at Rs.45,010 per kilogram.
- Prices climbed this week as demand in the global and domestic market was high.
- Slow economic data from the U.S. indicated that a Fed rate hike will not be feasible this month.
- Silver prices rose to Rs.46,760 per kilogram on 3rd and 4th September.
September '16 - Week 2 (5th to 11th)
- The increasing trend in silver prices continued into the second week of September.
- Silver traded at Rs.46,760 per kilogram on 5th September.
- The highest price recorded for the month was Rs.47,735 per kilogram on 8th September.
- Prices of silver dropped to Rs.46,835 per kilogram on 9th to 11th September.
- The decline in prices can be attributed to the rising prospects of a Fed rate hike coupled with slow domestic demand.
September '16 - Week 3 (12th to 18th)
- On 12th September, silver traded at Rs.45,695 per kilogram.
- Prices fluctuated this week as the global market was uncertain of the U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike this month.
- Silver rose to the highest for the week on 14th September trading at Rs.45,940 per kilogram.
- By the end of the week, silver rates had fallen to Rs.45,370 per kilogram.
- Silver traders took to the sidelines as silver prices were volatile.
September '16 - Week 4 (19th to 25th)
- Silver traded at Rs.46,100 per kilogram on 19th September.
- Bullish sentiments filled the global market as the Fed rate hike was put on pause for the time being in light of the U.S. presidential elections.
- Silver rates rose to Rs.47,560 per kilogram from 23rd to 25th September.
- Savvy investors, industrialists and coin makers increased their offtake.
September '16 - Week 5 (26th to 30th)
- Silver traded at Rs.46,685 per kilogram on 26th September.
- Silver dropped to its lowest for the week on 28th September, trading at Rs.45,645 per kilogram.
- Demand from industrialists and coin makers stalled as the atmosphere in the global market turned bearish.
- Prices fluctuated with but the trend overall was a decline this week.
|01st August||Rs.49, 200|
|Highest Price||Rs.49, 660 on 03rd August|
|Lowest Price||Rs.44, 900 on 29th August|
|Trend||Decline in silver prices|
August 2016 – Weeks 1 (1st to 7th)
- Silver prices opened at Rs.49, 200 per kg.
- On the third day of the month, silver traded at Rs.49, 660 per kg which was also the highest rate at which silver traded during the month of August.
- Silver closed at Rs.47,255 per kg on the last day of the week.
August '16 – Week 2 (8th to 14th)
- At the first day of the second week of month of August, silver traded at Rs.47, 280.
- On the third day of the month, 10th of August, silver prices increased due to high demand from local jewellers and coin makers and remained steady for 2 days and reduced even further after.
- Silver prices declined to Rs.47, 750 per kg and remained steady from 12th-14th August.
August '16 – Week 3 (15th to 21st)
- There was a minor increase in Silver prices on the second day of the week, 16th August as compared to the previous week.
- As the week continued, silver prices continued to fall.
- Despite lack of interest from local jewellers and coin makers, silver closed at Rs.46, 690 at the end of third week of the month.
August '16 – Week 4 (22nd to 28th)
- There was a slight decline in Silver prices at the beginning of fourth week of the month. Silver traded at Rs.45, 800 per kg on 22nd August 2016.
- There was a slight increase noted on 23rd August. Silver prices increased Rs.90 per kg.
- Due to continued lack of demand from spot markets, silver prices fell and traded at Rs.45, 040 from 25th August-28th August.
August '16 - Week 5 (29th to 31st)
- Silver price opened at Rs.44, 900 per kg which is also the lowest silver rate reported during the month.
- The last two days of the week marked a slight increase in silver prices.
- Silver closed at Rs.45, 320 per kg despite lack of demand.
|1st Day||Rs.46,650 per kg|
|Last Day||Rs.48,970 per kg|
|Highest Price||Rs.49,415 per kg on 12th July|
|Lowest Price||Rs.46,650 per kg on 1st July|
July'16 - Week 1 and 2 (1st to 10th)
- Silver opened at Rs.46,650 per kg on the first day of the month which was also the lowest rate at which silver was priced during the month of July.
- Price of silver increased steadily henceforth after staying steady Rs.47,925 per kg over the next two days.
- The price of silver Rs.49,265 per gram on the 6th and 7th of July which was also the highest for the week.
- Silver closed at Rs.47,720 per kg on the last day of the week.
July'16 - Week 3 (11th to 17th)
- On the opening day of the third week of July, the price of silver was Rs.49,200 per gram which was one of the highest for the month and the next day, the rate of silver was the highest for the month.
- After this, price of silver declined marginally.
- Price of silver was steady on the 16th and 17th at Rs.48,840 per kg and reduced even further after.
July '16 - Week 4 (18th to 24th)
- There was a minor decline noted in the price of silver on the first day of week four as compared to the previous week.
- Rate of silver continued to decrease as the week continued.
- The fourth week of the month closed with silver being priced at Rs.47,420 per kg amid decreasing demand from jewellers and coin makers.
July‘16 - Week 5 (25th to 31st)
- There was again a minor decline noted in the price of silver on the first day of the fifth week of July as compared to the rates of the previous week.
- There was however, a slight increase noted in the price of silver after that.
- Silver closed at Rs.48,970 per kg on the last day of the month.
|June 1st Rate||Rs.38,720 per kg|
|June 30th Rate||Rs.44,725 per kg|
|Highest Rate in June||Rs.44,725 per kg on the 30th of June|
|Lowest Rate in June||Rs.38,720 per kg on the 1st of June|
June 2016 – Week One(June 1st to June 4th)
- Silver traded at Rs.38,720 per kg on the 1st of June.
- The price of silver climbed to Rs.39,075 per kg on the 3rd of June.
- The price further increased as silver hit Rs.39,755 per kg on the 4th of June.
Jun'16 - Week 2 (5th to 11th)
- Silver traded at Rs.39,755 per kg on the 5th of June.
- Prices dropped down to Rs.39,370 per kg on the 7th of June.
- The price of silver increased as the week progressed and silver hit Rs.41,510 per kg on the 10th of June and remained the same on the 11th of June.
Jun'16 - Week 3 (12th to 18th)
- Silver remained unchanged and traded at Rs.41,510 per kg on the 12th of June.
- The price increased the very next day, owing to global demand and silver hit Rs.41,835 on the 13th of June.
- Silver traded at Rs.43,055 per kg on the 16th of June.
- The price declined further over the week and silver hit Rs.42,280 on the 18th of June.
Jun'16 - Week 4 (19th to 25th)
- Silver traded at Rs.42,280 per kg on the 19th of June.
- Due to heavy demand in the global market,the price of silver rose to Rs.42,405 per kg on the 21st of June.
- The price of silver relatively increased over the week and hit Rs.43,465 per kg on the 24th of June.
- The price of silver remained unchanged on the 25th of June at Rs.43,465 per kg.
Jun'16 - Week 5 (26th to 30th)
- Silver traded at Rs.43,465 per kg on the 25th and 26th of June.
- The price further increased to Rs.44,440 per kg on the 29th of June.
- Silver closed the month at Rs.44,725 per kg on the 30th of June.
|1st May rate||Rs. 42,590|
|31st May rate||Rs. 39,010|
|Highest rate in May||Rs. 42,590 on 1st of May|
|Lowest rate in May||Rs. 38,705 on 30th of May|
May '16 - Weeks 1 and 2 (1st to 8th)
- Silver trading for the month of May opened at Rs. 42,590 per kg on the back of strong demand and a weak Dollar.
- The first week saw silver close at Rs. 41, 875, a slight dip in rates due to market fluctuations.
- The steady demand and continued market volatility contributed to a silver maintaining its price over the week.
- A lessening of demand brought down prices by a small margin towards the end of the week.
May '16 -Week 3 (9th to 15th)
- Silver made small gains during the week but less demand and a recovering Dollar kept prices low.
- Silver traded at Rs. 41,635 per kg on 9th of May and at Rs. 41, 255 on 15th of May.
- Indications of a rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve contributed to a Dollar resurgence ass it gained on other currencies, lowering investor demand for silver.
- Silver dropped sharply on the 10th of May due to the Dollar appreciating but stabilised over the rest of the week.
May '16 - Week 4 (16th to 22nd)
- Silver prices continued their downward drop as fresh data indicated a strong possibility of a rate hike, boosting the Dollar.
- The price of silver was Rs. 41,255 on the 16th of May and Rs. 40,135 on the 22nd of May.
- Data from the U.S. job market showed positive growth, which boosted investor confidence in the economy resulting in renewed interest in stocks as opposed to bullion.
- The data also indicated a rate hike would come sooner rather than later, shoring up the Dollar as bullion took a hit.
May '16 - Weeks 5 and 6 (23rd to 31st)
- The last weeks of May saw silver drop further to new lows as the economy rallied on positive news from U.S. manufacturing data as well as a stronger Dollar.
- Silver traded at Rs. 39,780 per kg on the 23rd of May and dropped further at the end of the week, trading at Rs. 39,010 on the 31st of May.
- Silver dropped sharply on the 30th of May as data indicated the economy grew and the Dollar traded stronger.
- The markets stabilised with job growth and manufacturing data showing a significant growth and demand for silver dropping.
|April 1st Rate||Rs.37,015|
|April 30th Rate||Rs.42,590|
|Highest Rate in April||Rs.42,590 on the 30th of April|
|Lowest Rate in April||Rs.35,765 on the 4th of April|
|Overall Performance||Gain / Positive|
Apr'16 - Weeks 1 & 2 (1st to 10th)
- Silver rates fluctuated widely in the first week of trading as prices were on the decline until the 4th of the month after which they increased steadily for the next three days before remaining steady during the last three days of the ten-day period.
- Prices were recorded at Rs.37,015 on the 1st of the month and Rs.36,620 on the tenth day of the month.
- Despite marginal declines in the first few days, prices rose and remained consistent during the last few days of trading as a result of firming international and domestic cues in addition to increase in industrial demand and higher offtake.
Apr ‘16 - Week 3 (11th to 17th)
- Silver prices fluctuated during the third week of trading as rates increased at the start of the week before recording a marginal decline mid-way through the week, and then rose again as the week came to a close.
- Prices were recorded at Rs.37,180 on the 11th of April and Rs.39,110 by the end of the seven-day period.
- Prices were on the up by almost Rs.2000 over the third week of trading, marking a significant increase owing to increase in demand and strong global cues.
Apr ‘16 - Week 4 (18th to 24th)
- The fourth week of April also witnessed fluctuations in silver rates as prices remained unchanged for the first two days before increasing on the following two days and then dipping marginally and remaining constant until the end of the week.
- Prices were recorded at Rs.38,860 on the first day of the week and Rs.41,155 on the last.
- Over the course of the week, prices jumped by almost Rs.2300, making the penultimate week of trading record the highest gains in the month of April.
Apr ‘16 - Week 5 (25th to 30th)
- Silver rates were mostly on the rise during the final week of trading as prices increased for the first three days before declining marginally on the fourth day and then picking up to record the highest price in the month.
- Prices were recorded at Rs.40,520 on the first day of the week and Rs.42,590 on the last day of the month.
- The rise in prices during the last week of the month ensured that rates were up by a further Rs.2000.
|1st March rate||Rs.36,640|
|31st March rate||Rs.36,715|
|Highest rate in March||Rs.38,455 on 18th|
|Lowest rate in March||Rs.35,260 on 2nd|
Mar'16 - Week 1 (1st to 6th)
- Silver prices were stable on the whole during the first week.
- Prices were Rs.36,640 on 1st and Rs.36,640 on 6th.
- Silver experienced a drop on 2nd to Rs.35,260 before gaining the lost value on 3rd and stabilizing for the rest of the week.
Mar'16 - Mar'16 - Week 2 (7th to 13th)
- Silver rates declined substantially in the second week.
- Rates were Rs.37,915 on 7th and Rs.35,260 on 13th.
- Silver prices dropped on 8th and 11th but remained stable otherwise.
Mar'16 - Week 3 (14th to 20th)
- Prices were marginally up in the third week.
- Prices were Rs.37,850 on 14th and Rs.37,865 on 20th.
- Silver touched a high of Rs.38,455 on 18th but remained in the 37,000s for the rest of the week.
Mar'16 - Week 4 (21st to 27th)
- Silver lost some more value in the 4th week.
- Rates were Rs.37,705 on 21st and Rs.36,685 on 27th.
- Prices rose to Rs.38,395 on 22nd before losing out the gains and settling Rs.15 higher than week-starting rates.
Mar'16 - Week 5 (28th to 31st)
- Silver was marginally up in the last week.
- Prices were Rs.36,545 on 28th and Rs.36,715 on 31st.
|1st February rate||Rs.35,040|
|29th February rate||Rs.36,605|
|Highest rate in February||Rs.38,525 on 12th|
|Lowest rate in February||Rs.34,975 on 2nd|
Week 1 (1st to 7th)
- Silver prices were up at the beginning of February.
- Prices were Rs.35,040 on 1st and Rs.36,690 on 7th.
- Silver fell on 2nd before rallying over the rest of the week to rise to a high of Rs.36,690 by 7th.
Week 2 (8th to 14th)
- Silver was up again going into the second week.
- Rates were Rs.35,900 on 8th and Rs.37,800 on 14th.
- Silver rallied and rose by an overall margin of Rs.1,900 over the course of the second week.
Week 3 (15th to 21th)
- Prices were marginally up in the third week.
- Prices were Rs.37,100 on 15th and Rs.37,600 on 21st.
- Silver prices fluctuated all throughout the week, ultimately closing Rs.500 higher.
Week 4 (22nd to 29th)
- Silver prices broke the positive streak and ended lower in the last week of February.
- Rates were Rs.37,400 on 22nd and Rs.36,400 on 29th.
- Silver had all negative sessions in the week, though it was stable at Rs.37,330 from 26th to 28th before falling to Rs.36,605 on 29th.
4 th January rate
31 st January rate
Highest rate in January
Rs.35,485 on 28th
Lowest rate in January
Rs.33,360 on 13th
Jan '16 - Week 1 (4 th to 10 th )
Silver Rates appreciated marginally at the beginning of January.
Prices were Rs.33,515 on 4th and Rs.33,865 on 10th.
Prices rose consistently through the week albeit at smaller margins to touch Rs.33,865 by 8th.
Rates were stable at Rs.33,865 for 9th and 10th.
Jan '16 - Week 2 (11 th to 17 th )
Silver prices appreciated again during the 2nd week.
Rates were Rs.33,710 on 11th and Rs.34,335 on 17th.
Prices slid to a low of RS.33,360 by 13th before recovering on the next day to touch Rs.34,335.
Silver remained stable at Rs.34,335 for the rest of the week.
Jan '16 - Week 3 (18 th to 24 th )
Silver gained more value in the 3rd week.
Prices were Rs.34,005 on 18th and Rs.34,425 on 24th.
Prices touched a high of Rs.34,630 on 21st before settling at Rs.34,425 for the remaining days.
Jan '16 - Week 4 (25 th to 31 st )
Silver continued its modest gains to the 4th week also.
Prices were Rs.34,505 on 25th and Rs.34,930 on 31st.
Silver rose consistently through the first part of the week to touch a high of Rs.35,485 on 28th.
Prices slid to Rs.34,930 by 31st.
|Highest rate in December||Rs.35,095 on 7th|
|Lowest rate in December||Rs.33,055 on 18th|
Dec'15 - Week 1 (1stto 7th)
- Silver Rates appreciated at the beginning of December.
- Prices were Rs.34,030 on 1st and Rs.35,095 on 7th.
- Silver traded in positive all through the week except on 3rd when prices dropped by Rs.500 to settle at Rs.33,580.
- Silver prices depreciated in the 2nd week of the month.
- Rates were Rs.34,410 on 8th and Rs.33,485 on 14th.
- Silver was trading stably at just over Rs.34,000 till 13th before dropping by Rs.525 on 14th to end the week at Rs.33,485.
- Silver prices appreciated in the 3rd week.
- It was priced at Rs.33,200 on 15th and Rs.34,035 on 21st.
- Silver appreciated to Rs.33,905 by 17th before dropping back to Rs.33,055 on 18th.
- Prices went on an upward spree from 19th and breached Rs.34,000 mark on 21st by trading at Rs.34,035.
- Silver prices were down by Rs.1,080 in the last weeks of December.
- Prices were Rs.34,230 on 22nd and Rs.33,150 on 31st.
- Silver traded at just above Rs.34,000 throughout the 4th week but fell to Rs.33,670 on 28th and continued the downward slide to touch a low of Rs.33,150 on 31st.
|Highest rate in November||Rs.37,800 on 10th|
|Lowest rate in November||Rs.33,775 on 23rd|
- Silver Rates depreciated at the start of the month.
- Prices were Rs.36,675 on 1st and Rs.35,220 on 7th.
- There was only one positive session for silver in the week on 6th when prices rose by Rs.240 to Rs.24,825 from Rs.34,585 on 5th.
- Silver dropped by Rs.605 on 30th to rest at Rs.35,220 for the week.
- Silver prices declined in the 2nd week of November.
- Rates were Rs.35,220 on 8th and Rs.34,090 on 14th.
- Silver rose by Rs.1,045 and Rs.1,535 on 9th and 10th to Rs.36,265 and Rs.37,800 respectively.
- Prices dropped by Rs.3,465 on 11th to settle at Rs.34,665 before losing another Rs.575 over the next 3 days.
- Silver Rates were stable overall in the 3rd week.
- It was priced at Rs.34,090 on 15th and Rs.34,005 on 21st.
- Silver rose to Rs.34,295 on 16th before losing value for the next 3 days to settle at Rs.34,045 by 19th.
- Silver rose to Rs.34,255 on 20th and dropped to Rs.34,005 on 21st.
- Silver prices were stable again in the last weeks of November.
- Prices were Rs.34,005 on 22nd and Rs.34,005 on 30th.
- Silver dropped to Rs.33,775 on 23rd and had risen to Rs.34,345 by 26th before settling at month ending rate of Rs.34,005 by 30th.
Silver market rates in Chennai
Silver is generally available at 999 purity, which means that out of 1000 parts of the final alloy, 999 parts are pure silver. Silver purity is also calculated in terms of percentage of silver in the material, for instance 99% purity or 990 purity.
Silver rates in Chennai are decided as per the weight of silver in grams and troy weights. Popular units of measurement include grams, tolas, kilograms, ounces, million ounces, tonnes, short tonnes, metric tonnes etc.
- Silver prices in Chennai in the past 5 years (price/kg, prices approximated to nearest thousand)
- Silver rates in Chennai for 2015 (price/kg, prices approximated)
Silver prices in Chennai saw a rally in mid-2010 from around Rs.27,000 to a peak of Rs.68,905 in the first quarter of 2011. Prices gradually started to fall after the peak achieved in 2011, and reached sub-Rs.50,000 level in mid-2012. Prices remained more or less the same for the next year, with 2013 witnessing a downward spiral from a high of Rs.56,000 to Rs.40,000 by the end of the year. The downward trend continued for 2014, and the highest silver rate in Chennai during the year was around Rs.46,000, with the year ending at Rs.37,000.
Silver prices in Chennai at the start of 2015 were around Rs.36,200. Prices peaked on 21st January at Rs.40,565. February started with Rs.38,360 per kg of silver in Chennai, and ended at Rs.37,210. March month saw the rates mostly remain the same, with the month ending at Rs.37,390. Silver prices rallied at the end of April to cross the Rs.41,000 mark and peaked on 18th May at Rs.43,500. Current price of silver per kg has hovered around Rs.37,000.
Silver products as investments
Chennai residents have also been using silver as means of investment that gives decent returns. Also, as a precious metal, silver is a safe avenue for investments as it will be steadily valued up over time.
Jewelry and wares: Silver jewelry and wares are available easily in Chennai. One can simply go to the nearest jewelry shop and buy intricately designed silver jewelry pieces and wares such as utensils etc. This physical silver acts as a reserve for people which can be easily liquidated at times of need. The demand for silver also picks up during festivals.
Coins: Silver coins are issued by various agencies such as banks and private companies in India. Coins are available in different varieties such as 10 grams, 100 grams etc. Silver rates in Chennai are reflected in the coin prices in the city. Pure silver is rarely used in coinage, with alloys being the preferred choice. Silver coins in Chennai are mainly available with 999 purity.
Bars: Silver bars are also quite popular with consumers in Chennai. The bars can be purchased at various bullion providers in the city. Silver ingots have been traditionally the preferred choice of Chennai residents to invest in bullion. These ingots or bars are quite easily available and can be purchased at reasonable prices throughout the city.
Silver dealers in Chennai
Major silver sellers in Chennai include SLN Bullion, Vummidi Silverware, Tanishq, N. Gopaldas, GRT, Khazana Jewellers and many more. These dealers offer various products of silver such as bars, jewelry, ornaments, silverware, coins, gift articles etc. The dealers mostly sell silver at latest prices, with variations in price according to the product type. For instance, silver jewelry will cost you more for the same quantity of pure silver than a silver bar.
Silver demand and supply
Silver is mainly produced as a by-product of other metal production processes. By-product silver accounts for more than 80% of total silver in the world, with the remaining quantities mined in countries predominantly in the Americas. Many countries, including India, have bought large reserves of silver to meet their internal requirements as well as global demands.
Silver rates in Chennai are a direct product of the global demand and supply chain. The demand for silver has steadily exceeded its supply in the recent past, and this has led to silver prices in Chennai going to peak levels in the last few years.
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News About Silver Rate in Chennai
Silver Prices Stabilise Ahead of Fed Meet
The silver price appears to have stabilised after a series of bounces, due in part to the U.S. dollar rate. With a decline in the value of the greenback, silver rates appear to be making some gains.
There were a series of price fluctuations over the April-June 2017 quarter as demand was not up to expected standards. The U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that’s coming up could likely result in some downward movement, but the trend appears to be one of stability in spite of the market volatility.
25th July 2017
Price of gold and silver on the rise, jewellers on a purchasing spree
The rate of gold shot up by Rs.300 to trade at Rs.29,350 per 10 grams at the bullion market in tandem with firm overseas trend due to a higher buying of this metal by local jewellers. Silver followed in gold’s footsteps to cross the Rs.41,000 mark by trading at Rs.41,450 per kg which was an increase of Rs..500 due to increased demand from coin makers and industrial units.
According to bullion traders, in addition to a firm overseas trend, higher buying from local jewellers at domestic spot market led to a rise in gold rates. Across the world, rate of gold increased by 0.25% to $1,247.30 per ounce and silver by 0.20% to trade at $17.55 per ounce in Singapore.
22nd March 2017
Silver Soars to 2-Year High
Silver prices soared on Monday reaching a 2-year high. The prices surged on the back of bold bets made by buyers in China in the futures market. Silver rates have been on the rise ever since the Brexit vote. Investors have created an increase in demand betting on the central banks providing more stimulus. Spot silver traded above $21 per ounce rising by about 7% in U.S. trading. Gold rose to $1,350.79, also marking a 2-year high. After the Brexit vote, gold has risen by 6.6% and silver has risen by 18%. Peering into the future, the 2-week high might put the silver prices at a risk of pulling back.
8th July 2016
Silver shows an unexpected Gain
Speculation on gold in the international market might not have paid off well within the national borders, but surprisingly, silver has been climbing the presumption ladders steadily one decimal point at a time.
The speculation with market trends and subsequent industrial demand has contributed to the rising rates of silver. 0.999 fineness of silver had an appreciation of INR 175 from the earlier rate of INR 37850 per kilogramme. The current rate of silver is INR 38025 per kilogramme.
16th March 2016