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When considering the performance of precious metals and precious metal mining companies, it’s important to analyze their interrelationship by way of ratios. There has been a significant up-and-down movement in the precious metals since the beginning of 2018. Silver has been weak compared to gold over the past few months.
All four precious metals except palladium witnessed an up day on December 18, 2017. Platinum touched the day's high of $915.3 and ended up at $913.2 per ounce.
All the four precious metals rose on Monday, November 27. Gold futures for December expiration were up 0.55% to close at $1,294.4 an ounce.
The four main precious metals saw their prices rise on September 7, 2017. The month has been beneficial for the metals due to rising market risk. Gold futures for October expiration…
Precious metals have witnessed downward pressure over the past few months due to the expectation that US monetary policy is on a tightening path.
Precious metals saw an up-day on July 20, 2017, after Mario Draghi said that policymakers would discuss potential changes in the bond-buying program in autumn.
Gold prices rebounded on Friday, June 16, 2017, after the Thursday slump. Gold futures for July expiration rose 0.17% and gave a close at $1,255.1 per ounce.
Gold rose 0.26% on Thursday, May 25, 2017, and ended the day at $1256.40 per ounce. The rebound also extended to the other three precious metals.
Haven bids for gold have increased with concerns over what Trump will do with trade. Gold, silver, and platinum rose 1.8%, 0.95%, and 0.97%, respectively, on May 17.
The price of gold witnessed a rebound on Monday, May 8, after touching $1,221 per ounce—the lowest level we've seen since the middle of March.