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A government's claims are probably driving silver up, GATA consultant Organ says
9:40p ET Wednesday, August 7, 2019
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GATA consultant Harvey Organ, interviewed by Chris Marcus for Arcadia Economics, says he thinks silver is rising sharply because a government, probably that of China, is making claims for delivery of the metal. He adds that deliveries are taking longer and notes what he considers a key detail of tightness of supply -- that shares of the Sprott physical silver fund have moved from their usual discount to net asset value to a premium over it.
The interview is 27 minutes long and can be heard at YouTube here:
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