NEW YORK, April 27 (Reuters) - Silver futures ended a whirlwind trading day lower on Thursday, and other precious metals followed suit, as dealers pocketed profits after prices surged on news that U.S. regulators approved the first silver-backed security, traders said. Silver briefly surged about 2 percent after the Securities and Exchange Commission said it had approved a registration statement for a exchange-traded fund from Barclays Global Investors called iShares Silver Trust. That ...
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