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Cache of chat-room transcripts offers inside look at how traders try to fix silver prices

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The conversations may renew concerns about the global market for silver trading, which because of its relatively small size and often-volatile price moves has long been suspected of being rigged.

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UNTIL 2014, the global reference price for silver and other precious metals was set each day in a phone call or at a meeting with traders at a handful of banks, a century-old ritual known as the London Fix. Deutsche Bank AG was one of the banks.

As early as 2008, one of

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