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Palladium Futures - Dec 14 (PAZ4)

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908.20 -1.35    (-0.15%)
16:52:31 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Commodity
Group: Metals
Unit: 1 Troy Ounce

  • Prev. Close: 909.55
  • Open: 909.80
  • Day's Range: 906.40 - 913.00
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Palladium Overview

Prev. Close909.55
MonthDec 14
Tick Size0.05
Contract Size100 Troy Ounces
Tick Value5
Day's Range906.40 - 913.00
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolPA
52 wk Range680.70 - 910.50
1-Year Return25.88%

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Jan Jacobs
Jan Jacobs Sep 01, 2014 06:28PM GMT
I think Investing**** has really lost track of things. They show USD/ZAR at 100% bearish, yet it has gone up from 10.63 to 10.68, which is quite a significant increase in ZAR terms. I expected at least 10.50 based on their quote. I don't get involved in it though, just checking things out. PALL going down soon, maybe as soon as Wed. No Bruster 'the rooster', not guessing, done my homework. Lets see what happens. If I'm wrong, so be it. To everyone out there reading this, please don't follow me, I might be wrong. Follow your own thoughts. And by the way, I don't panic, whether up or down. Equity is the answer to make sure one does not panic.

Bruster Jones
Bruster Jones Aug 29, 2014 08:28PM GMT
I found this for you:. . "We've seen this sort of move in palladium before. In February 2001, palladium settled at an all-time high of $1,082.80 (Note: $1,083 and not $1,500) on delayed exports from Russia, the largest producer of the metal, and on expectations of increased demand from the auto industry. Russia's palladium shipments later picked up, but auto demand didn't, leaving prices to finish the year at $448 an ounce"......So the fundamentals then were vastly different from now.... Also there is such a thing called Market Sentiment. Basically It means the way the market perceives the stock or commoditie's future potential. Markets are forward-looking. They lead, not follow so the future, to a large extent, is already built into today's price. The exception is an Act Of God, which is something that can't be foreseen.

Bruster Jones
Bruster Jones Aug 29, 2014 07:36PM GMT
Palladium futures climbed to a 13-year high on concern that global supplies will trail demand for the metal used in pollution-control devices in cars, exacerbating a deficit. Gold fell.. . This year, palladium jumped 25 percent following a five-month mine strike that ended in June in South Africa, the world’s second-biggest producer. The conflict in Ukraine spurred the U.S. and European Union to impose sanctions on Russia, the top supplier.. . Production will trail demand this year by the most ever after the strike, according to London-based Johnson Matthey Plc, which makes a third of the world’s catalytic converters. This month, holdings in exchange-traded funds backed by the metal rose to an all-time high.. . “Concern about supplies continue to drive the market, and it will continue to be the star performer of the year,” Bart Melek, the head of commodity strategy at TD Securities in Toronto . . So from 1 to 100, how much should you listen to the "experts?". . My estimate is 0.00000000001.
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