Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse
Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse

Silver has soared more than gold this year amid the coronavirus– but can it last?

  • Silver has gained more than 50 per cent this year. Local shops having trouble meeting demand
  • Safe haven commodity can be very volatile – and could sink if a coronavirus vaccine is found

Topic |   Commodities
Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse
Pádraig Seif, partner of Precious Metal Asia, holds silver bars in his office in Sheung Wan. He reports a surge in buying interest in silver. Photo: May Tse
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