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The world's most precious metal leaves everything else in the dust
Could it be because there's no futures market to rig its price with?
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By Elena Mazneva
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Palladium's great start to the year pales in comparison to its lesser-known but much more expensive sister metal, rhodium.
Rhodium -- mainly used in autocatalysts and five times more costly than gold -- surged 32% already this month, touching the highest since 2008. Stricter emissions rules have fueled a multi-year rally and there's speculation that investors are also jumping in, betting that prices will climb toward a record.
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Rhodium rallied 12-fold in the past four years, far outperforming all major commodities, on rising demand from the auto sector. Like palladium, the metal is mined as a byproduct of platinum and nickel, but it is a much smaller market and so is liable to big price moves when supply or demand change. ...
It's much harder to invest in rhodium than in other precious metals. It isn't traded on exchanges, the market for bars or coins is tiny compared with gold or silver, and most deals are between suppliers and industrial users. Global production is equal to little more than a 10th of platinum or palladium output. ...
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