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Silver is sought after all over the globe and derives its demand from industrial use, jewelry making and investment purposes. If you are in Bahrain, you will likely see the price of silver quoted in the local currency, the Bahraini Dinar. In addition to the local currency, the price of silver may also be quoted in other key currencies such U.S. Dollars, euros or Great British Pounds. Although prices are typically quoted by the ounce, they may also be quoted by the gram, kilo or tola.
Bahrain is officially known as the KIngdom of Bahrain. Located in the Persian Gulf, the nation is a small, Arab constitutional monarchy. Bahrain is an island, and it is situated between the Qatar Peninsula and the northeastern coast of Saudi Arabia. Just 780 square kilometers in size, Bahrain is one of the smallest countries in Asia. In recent years, the nation has invested heavily in both the banking and tourism industries. Oil demand from the region allowed the nation to invest in these other key areas as the nation looks to establish a post-oil economy. Today, many large financial institutions have operations in the capital city of Manama.
In 2008, Bahrain was reportedly named as the fastest growing financial center in the world by the City of London’s Global Financial Centres Index. Petroleum products and processing represent a significant portion of the country’s exports, accounting for over 50 percent of the nation’s exports and government revenues.
The Bahraini Dinar is the official currency of Bahrain. The dinar was introduced in 1965 to replace the Gulf Rupee. The dinar can be subdivided into 1000 smaller units of currency known as fils. The currency is controlled by The Central Bank of Bahrain.
Regardless of whether you are in Bahrain or elsewhere, silver may serve an important purpose in your portfolio. The white metal may not only appreciate in value, but may also potentially provide a hedge against numerous economic and geopolitical issues such as inflation, deflation or declining paper currency values.
Silver is available in bar, coin and round form. If you are looking to get as many total ounces of silver as you can, then silver rounds or bars may be your best bet. Rounds and bars tend to offer the lowest overall premiums and may provide a significant per-ounce cost savings compared to coins. Silver bars come in many weights, from 1 gram to 1000 ounces. With 1 ounce and fractional weights to choose from, smaller silver bars may be relatively more affordable for investors on a tight budget.
Silver coins are produced by mints all over the world, and also come in the standard 1 ounce weight as well as fractionals. Silver bullion coins are considered good, legal tender and have varying face values based on weight and issuing mint.
Silver rounds are similar in look and shape to coins, but are not good, legal tender and therefore carry no face value. Their value is strictly based on their metal content plus any collectibility premium.