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|Day's Range||99.20 - 99.90|
|52 Week Range||71.08 - 107.47|
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After the recent bout of market volatility, investors may want to consider alternative assets like precious metals exchange traded funds that zig as traditional assets zag. “Adding a precious metals allocation ...
The ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSEArca: PALL) gained nearly 3% last week, extending a run that saw the lone palladium-backed exchange traded fund surge more than 57% in 2017. Among the largest contributors ...
Palladium has been the winner among the four precious metals, having skyrocketed a whopping 57% on a YTD (year-to-date) basis in 2017 as of December 27.
All four precious metals had an up day on December 20, 2017. Gold increased 0.43% on the day and closed at $1,267.80 per ounce.
In this article, we'll discuss the gold-silver, gold-platinum, and gold-palladium spreads. These three spreads stand at 77.9, 1.38, and 1.23, respectively.
The skyrocketing price of palladium has attracted considerable attention by precious metal observers. Palladium has risen 45.0% year-to-date.
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The ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSEArca: PALL) fell 1.6% last week, but the lone US-listed exchange traded fund dedicated to holdings of physical palladium remains higher by more than 44% year-to-date, ...
The outlook for palladium looks bright due to the possible rise in demand from China. Switzerland witnessed its net exports of palladium rise in August.
Traders have taken a shine to palladium and platinum, along with related ETFs, as rising industrial demand in a growing global economy help support prices. Among the largest contributors of industrial ...
The ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (NYSEArca: PALL) is up 37.5% year-to-date, good for one of the best performance among commodities exchange traded funds, but that is not motivating investors to stick ...
Palladium is the precious metal with the highest returns on a YTD basis. It has risen 28.6% YTD. The other three precious metals have been slower.