Silver Price Forecast: The technical set-up seems tilted firmly in favour of bearish traders and supports prospects for an extension of the ongoing depreciating move for the silver (White Metal). Hence, a subsequent slide below the $21.00 mark, towards challenging the YTD low around the $20.45 area touched on May 13, now looks like a distinct possibility.
Silver Forecast: A barrage of US labour market data in recent trade gave mixed signals, with ADP’s estimate of employment change for May missing consensus and adding some downside risks to the market’s expectations for a 325K gain in non-farm payrolls in May on Friday.
Silver Price Forecast: Silver struggled to gain any meaningful traction and oscillated in a narrow trading band for the second successive day on Wednesday. The Silver (White Metal) was last seen trading around the $21.60——-$21.65 region, down nearly 0.10% during the early North American session.
Silver (White Metal) witnessed a short-covering bounce on the last day of the week and recovered a part of the overnight slump to its lowest level since July 2020. The recovery momentum extended through the early European session and pushed spot prices back closer to the $21.00 round-figure mark.