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+37.00
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Palladium Bullion Price Charts

In recent years, palladium’s performance has reached record highs. With ongoing demand from the automotive and medical industry, investors may continue to benefit from adding palladium to their portfolios well into the future. Research historical pricing data and track the latest prices with our interactive palladium price charts.

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Palladium Bar Price Charts

Monex palladium bullion price charts feature spot prices per ounce, representing the midpoint between bid and ask prices, for .9995 fine palladium bullion. The 3-Month Live chart incorporates the latest price per ounce for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts show the last palladium bullion price for the previous trading day. For more information about our palladium price charts or products, call Monex now. Our Account Representative will provide you with free, insightful information to further expand on the benefits of precious metals investing.

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The Value of Precious Metals at Today's Price

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Palladium Bullion Bar Price Charts: FAQ's
Can I buy palladium from Monex at the spot palladium price?

Monex does not offer any products at spot prices. The true spot palladium price is merely a benchmark per-ounce price that acts as a reference associated with the present month of the COMEX futures contract. In fact, a genuine spot palladium price is not truly a quote at all, as it is not where dealers offer to buy or sell. Monex offers a two-way buy/sell market with quoted Ask and Bid prices. Ask prices for palladium products reflect competitive marketplace conditions for a particular type of palladium investment. There are, however, charges that accompany transactions including buy/sell fees, shipping expenses or storage charges. Monex quotes extremely competitive prices for palladium bullion depository delivery and publishes buy/sell commission charges commensurate with the size of a transaction. For greater transparency, the Monex live spot palladium price for its 11-hour trading day can be found here on our Live Prices page and by using the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones.

What factors influence the price of palladium?

Palladium is a highly desirable commodity. All sorts of buyers and sellers across the world are the makeup of supply and demand forces influencing palladium prices. The availability of palladium supplies from mines, scrap recovery, stockpile disposals and investor liquidations versus demand from industrial uses, jewelry fabrication and investor acquisitions are the driving force behind palladium prices. The two key factors influencing the price of palladium are (a) from investor hoarding, and (b) from increased consumption of catalyst converters in cars, especially in Asia.

What is the best chart to compare palladium prices?

One way to compare palladium prices is examining how it relates to gold prices. That is, how many ounces of palladium will one ounce of gold get you? With the recent strength in the palladium markets, that ratio has reached just one and a half ounces. Generally, however, it has ranged around two ounces of palladium per ounce of gold, and in volatile times, such as after the financial crisis, nearly five-to-one. For current ratio and historical charts, get the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones.

What is the difference between platinum and palladium?

There are many similarities with palladium and platinum, both being foremost in the PGM group of industrial metals. However, platinum is much more dense than palladium, and in fact is even heavier than gold by volume. Also, palladium does not garner the level of recognition as an investment metal as does platinum, and therefore, has less liquidity in the marketplace for large volume liquidations and acquisitions. Palladium's primary source is generally as a byproduct of mining other metals, most notably in Russia, while about 80% of platinum comes from South African mines.

What is the price of palladium?

There are several different forms of palladium because of its wide range of uses, which include palladium bars, commercial plates, small ingots, palladium coins, wire, shot and powder. The relative price of each can vary. The universally quoted prices for palladium assume the large commercially standard .9995 fine pure palladium 100 troy ounce plate. The NYMEX commodity exchange reports futures contract transaction prices to the public on a 5-15 minute delayed basis. Current palladium prices would be price levels where traders are most actively making a buy or sell market. The best value for a single Current Price of Palladium is the nominal price between those prices on an active high volume marketplace for immediate delivery, which is most commonly referred to as the spot price of palladium.

What is the spot price of palladium?

The term “spot” represents present settlement and delivery terms, rather than a forward term contract and associated price. Common practice of the metals industry is to publish a benchmark market value, which most universally is a particular day's final settlement price per ounce of the New York commodity futures exchange (NYMEX) “spot” month. At other times of the day, metals dealers assess world markets to infer what they believe to be a benchmark spot palladium price. Monex monitors marketplace activities and adjusts its Ask, Bid and Spot palladium prices frequently. In active market conditions when palladium can become extremely volatile, prices can change almost continuously for extended periods.

Of the four precious metals, palladium is the tightest, least heavily traded marketplace. As such, it is certainly likely that palladium will be traded near, but not necessarily at the same relative price across the globe at any one moment. It is not practical for the investing public to attempt to arbitrage any potential differences. The Monex live spot palladium price for its 11-hour trading day can be found here at our Live Prices page and by using the Monex Bullion Investor smartphone app available for both Apple and Android smartphones.

What palladium price charts does Monex produce?

The five palladium price charts above are for Monex Spot Palladium, which represent the midpoint between Monex bid and ask prices per ounce, for pure palladium bullion. The 3-Month Live chart incorporates the latest Palladium Bullion price for the current trading day, while the 6-Month Candlestick, 1-Year Close, 5-Year Close and 10-Year Close charts use just the final Spot Palladium price for the previous trading day. These charts are the widely accessible chart information available to all Monex customers and prospective customers, as well as to websites, competitors, researchers and government officials alike.

In addition, Monex is pleased to offer our customers and prospective customers a wide selection of other tools, including exclusive and customized charts not available to the general public. Located on special restricted-access pages, these additional charts and tools are available via special links which can be sent to qualified recipients in special emails sent from Monex. For access to these additional charts and tools, please call a Monex account representative.

Where is palladium mined in the world?

For the most part, palladium is not mined as a primary metal, but as a byproduct of nickel, copper and platinum mining. The lion’s share of the mining supply comes from just three mining companies which make up about three-quarters of mining supply. Russia's Norilsk Nickel is the world's largest producer of palladium, producing over 40%. Next are Anglo American Platinum and Impala Platinum, which source most of their palladium from South Africa, and then Zimbabwe. Stillwater Mining Company, which is about the fifth largest producer, is one the few primary palladium producers in the world. Its main operations are located in Montana, USA.

Why have palladium prices been stronger than the other precious metals?

Palladium prices are influenced by trading of the precious metals complex as a whole. The big-3 more popular precious metals are down significantly from their high prices. However, palladium's very positive fundamentals have proved to favor it over platinum and it has performed quite positively relative to the other metals. This is most clear when considering how many ounces of palladium can be acquired with the value of one ounce of gold, which is now less than two ounces. In fact, palladium is currently approaching the per-ounce spot price of platinum.