The current market price of platinum, as of 20-Sep-2017, is 953 dollars per troy ounce.
Platinum price data available on Quandl includes daily live market prices, spot rates, coin, bar and ingot plices. In addition full platinum price histories can be downloaded, graphed or embedded via our API. Simply click on any rate or graph to see a time series of the full data history.
Platinum prices main fixing, it's benchmark "London fix", is made by the London Platinum and Palladium Market (LPPM), by matching platinum buyers and platinum sellers until the market clears.
Another fixer of platinum prices is Johnson Matthey with prices being quoted by their various trading desks (New York, Hong Kong and London). These platinum prices are considered to be one of the main benchmarks for world platinum prices.
Platinum bars prices are benchmarked to a handful of reputable firms known for the purity and uniformity of their platinum bars.
By trading just like shares and stocks, platinum ETFs are another easy way that people can invest in platinum.
With thousands of stocks and share prices Quandl's stock collection includes all the leading platinum miners and platinum producers.
For investors not wanting to purchase physical platinum , platinum futures offer a leverable, liquid, easy way to take advantage of platinum prices. Platinum futures are traded on NYMEX in New York.
Platinum data on Quandl is sourced from numerous reliable sources, including the London Platinum and Palladium Market (LPPM), Johnson Matthey, the Wiki Commodities Database and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. If there's some other dataset or source you'd like added to this page, please email me.
This page was created by Chris Stevens for Quandl.
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