Bloomberg is a leading authority on the price of sterling silver and other precious metals. Silver is traded as a commodity and therefore the price changes daily. Bloomberg.com advises on prices as they fluctuate.
Precious metals, including sterling silver, fetch different prices in different markets. The price of silver in New York may be slightly higher or lower than in London or Tokyo on any given day. U.S. prices are governed by the New York price. Sellers trade metals in different currencies depending on where they are. This makes for small variations in price.
Compare prices before buying or selling metals. Silverprice.org offers price tables spanning several years, whereas JM Bullion, as a buyer and seller of largely gold and silver coins, also offers live spot prices. Comparing these prices to Bloomberg results gives a good overall picture.