Yesterday, silver grew to 15.50 amid not so positive US macroeconomic statistics. Moreover, US dollar is weakening after FOMC minutes were released.
The Euro continues growing against the USD, the weakening of which was a result of the latest FOMC Minutes, published on Wednesday.
Here’s a look at the currencies that are among those most at risk from this conflux of global developments
Russia's currency has fallen more than 20 percent against the dollar in the past two months, sparking fears of more instability after a period of relative recovery.
The FTSE 100 Index has now dropped more than 10 percent from its high in April -- typically known as a correction.
Gold advanced to the highest in a month as traders scaled back bets on a U.S. interest-rate increase in September after Federal Reserve officials said they needed more evidence that the economy is strengthening.
Kazakhstan relinquished control of its exchange rate in the latest sign emerging nations will stop defending their currencies after China roiled global markets by devaluing the yuan.
A growth continuation is possible. On the 4-hour chart, the price broke out the 23.6% Fibonacci correction for the short-term trend (137.94)