PL=F - Platinum Apr 19

NY Mercantile - NY Mercantile Delayed Price. Currency in USD
838.20
+4.20 (+0.50%)
As of 2:10AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. Settlement N/A
Settlement Date 2019-04-26
Open 836.50
Bid 837.90
Last Price 834.00
Day's Range 834.60 - 839.40
Volume 1,782
Ask 838.10
  • Investing.com 14 hours ago

    Palladium at Record High, Gold Above $1,300 as Dollar Slides Pre-Fed

    By Barani Krishnan

  • Gold firms as hopes of dovish Fed weigh on dollar
    Reuters 19 hours ago

    Gold firms as hopes of dovish Fed weigh on dollar

    Spot gold was up 0.3 percent at $1,304.81 per ounce by 1031 GMT. U.S. gold futures gained 0.2 percent to $1,305. The Fed will begin its monetary policy meeting on Tuesday, which ends with a news conference on Wednesday.

  • Investing.com 22 hours ago

    Gold Prices Hover Around $1,300 at Start of Busy Week

    Investing.com - Gold prices edged higher on Monday, as investors looked ahead to a busy week likely to be dominated by the Federal Reserve's regular policy meeting.

  • Gold climbs back above $1,300 to score a gain for the week
    MarketWatch 3 days ago

    Gold climbs back above $1,300 to score a gain for the week

    Gold futures climb Friday to score a gain for the week, with the metal finding support in the wake of mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand and a weaker tone for the U.S. dollar.

  • Palladium surges to record, while gold reclaims $1,300/oz
    Reuters 4 days ago

    Palladium surges to record, while gold reclaims $1,300/oz

    Palladium jumped to an all-time high of $1,567.50 an ounce, and was last up 0.2 percent at $1,561.70 at 1258 GMT. Russia's trade and industry ministry said it is considering a ban on the export of precious metals scrap and tailings between May 1 and Oct. 31 to promote domestic refining of the materials. "The supply outlook remains tight... and that is providing enough confidence for the positive momentum to be maintained," Saxo Bank analyst Ole Hansen said, adding that the next key technical level from here is at $1,600 per ounce.

  • Anglo Hands Land to South Africans Amid Expropriation Push
    Bloomberg 4 days ago

    Anglo Hands Land to South Africans Amid Expropriation Push

    The world’s top platinum supplier is handing over 270 hectares (667 acres) of land to people living in Rustenburg, about 140 kilometers (86 miles) northwest of Johannesburg. The move comes as the African National Congress plans to change the constitution to make it easier to seize land without paying for it. The ANC says the amendments are needed to address racially skewed ownership patterns dating back to colonialism and white-minority rule.

  • Gold gives up March high to settle back below $1,300 an ounce
    MarketWatch 4 days ago

    Gold gives up March high to settle back below $1,300 an ounce

    Gold retreats Thursday, giving back gains scored a day earlier and then some to fall back below the $1,300-an-ounce level as the U.S. dollar regains its footing.

  • 5 Top Gold Stocks for 2019
    Motley Fool 4 days ago

    5 Top Gold Stocks for 2019

    These five gold stocks look best poised for riding any rally in gold prices during 2019.

  • Gold dips 1 percent as no-deal Brexit fears fade, dollar rises
    Reuters 5 days ago

    Gold dips 1 percent as no-deal Brexit fears fade, dollar rises

    Spot gold was down 1.1 percent at $1,295.34 per ounce at 11:03 a.m. EDT (1503 GMT), retreating from $1,311.07 hit on Wednesday, its highest since March 1. U.S. gold futures GCv1 also dipped 1.1 percent, to $1,295.20. "The possibility of a no-deal Brexit being passed had increased the likelihood of widespread buying in gold, and now that it has been rejected, I think some of that safe haven buying in gold is likely to fade," said Suki Cooper, precious metals analyst at Standard Chartered Bank.

  • Old-cut diamonds and fantastical gems: TEFAF Maastricht's unmissable jewels
    The Telegraph 5 days ago

    Old-cut diamonds and fantastical gems: TEFAF Maastricht's unmissable jewels

    It may be a royal pain to get to, but TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) in Maastricht, the Netherlands, is worth the trip. This year’s fair (16 – 24 March) is the 32nd such event, and has become the most respected exhibition of art, antiques and collectibles in the world (apparently the private jet landings at the local airport during the fair are sight enough).

  • Will Inflation Buoy Gold Prices While The Federal Reserve is on Hold?
    FX Empire 6 days ago

    Will Inflation Buoy Gold Prices While The Federal Reserve is on Hold?

    A stable dollar, lower production costs and a neutral Fed should keep gold prices buoyed

  • Nissan and Habitat for Humanity kit out a Titan for building stuff
    Autoblog 13 days ago

    Nissan and Habitat for Humanity kit out a Titan for building stuff

    Nissan and the housing organization Habitat for Humanity have gone to work together and created this Ultimate Work Titan concept truck. Based on a Titan XD Diesel Crew Cab, the truck is an off-road capable mobile office for construction work. Having interviewed construction site supervisors and volunteers across USA, Nissan and Habitat came up with these basic requirements for their joint venture concept: First of all, the truck needed off-road capability, without question.

  • A Foolish Take: Here's the Most Valuable Precious Metal (Hint: It's Not Gold)
    Motley Fool 15 days ago

    A Foolish Take: Here's the Most Valuable Precious Metal (Hint: It's Not Gold)

    The answer might not be what you'd think.

  • Gold falls on dollar, stocks; on track for worst week since May 2017
    Reuters 17 days ago

    Gold falls on dollar, stocks; on track for worst week since May 2017

    Spot gold was at $1,293.38 an ounce at 2:18 pm ET (1918 GMT), having fallen below the key 1,300 level for the first time since Jan. 28. U.S. gold futures settled down 1.3 percent at $1,299.2. "The U.S. dollar index and two-year Treasury yields have moved up over the last couple of days and these factors have prompted people to take some profits (in gold)," said Bart Melek, head of commodity strategies at TD Securities in Toronto.

  • Gold drops below $1,300, logs steepest weekly fall since August
    MarketWatch 17 days ago

    Gold drops below $1,300, logs steepest weekly fall since August

    Gold futures drop below the key $1,300 mark on Friday to settle at their lowest in a month and half, down over 2% from a week ago—the worst weekly performance since August.

  • Trending: Palladium Shoots up on Supply Shortages and Strike Fears
    ETF Database 19 days ago

    Trending: Palladium Shoots up on Supply Shortages and Strike Fears

    Palladium prices skyrocketed to new record levels as strike jitters in South Africa added to a tense market engulfed by a sustained supply deficit.

  • Reuters 20 days ago

    Corrected: Palladium retraces after breaching $1,550; gold awaits Fed

    Spot palladium, which traded as high as $1,554.50 per ounce earlier in the day, was down 0.5 percent at $1,534 as of 1116 GMT. The metal has risen more than 21 percent so far this year on a sustained supply deficit. "There are increased talks that palladium is entering into the bubble territory because of the relentless rally that we have seen.

  • Palladium: Is 2019's Hottest Market Bubble About To Burst?
    Investor's Business Daily 20 days ago

    Palladium: Is 2019's Hottest Market Bubble About To Burst?

    Palladium has surged 40% in four months, taking out repeated records. But with miners' earnings coming up, is its market bubble about to pop?

  • A Brighter 2019? Palladium or Gold ETFs
    Zacks 21 days ago

    A Brighter 2019? Palladium or Gold ETFs

    Palladium ETF rallies in 2019. Will the momentum stay or will gold ETF catch up?

  • Reuters 25 days ago

    Gold falls off 10-month peak after Fed stance; palladium retreats

    Spot gold fell 1 percent to $1,324.70 per ounce at 2:16 p.m. ET (1916 GMT), having hit $1,346.73 in the previous session, its highest since April 19. U.S. gold futures settled down about 1.5 percent at $1,327.80. "Most people had expected the Fed to remain dovish through the end of the year," said David Meger, director of metals trading at High Ridge Futures.