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Silver mine supply could bounce back

Oversupply has been plaguing the silver market for the past ten years. However, the latest data show that production cuts across the industrial and precious metal industries are starting to take their toll on silver mine supply. We expect silver output to continue to fall in 2017 but further ahead there is a risk that some production might come back on stream owing to higher zinc and lead prices.

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