Monetary Metals provides lease rate charts to Goldseiten


Company Announcement
Friday, September 29, 2017

By Bron Suchecki

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona -- Monetary Metals announces that it has licensed its charts for the gold forward rate (GOFO), silver forward rate (SIFO), gold lease rate, and silver lease rate to the German precious metals internet site Goldseiten:

The charts appearing on Goldseiten are updated daily, based on Monetary Metals' calculated forward and lease rates. Monetary Metals has developed a proprietary method of calculating highly accurate indicative rates based on public market data and is the only publisher of this information.

"When we saw what Monetary Metals has done and the quality of their data, we wanted to add it to our other graphs," said Jan Kneist, chief editor of Goldseiten and co-organizer of the Munich Precious Metals and Commodities Show. "We used to publish gold forward and lease rates but have not had the data since the London Bullion Market Association stopped quoting it in 2015," he added. ...

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