Precious metals prices fluctuate on a daily basis and the way of tracking the price of their raw metal value is called the daily market spot price. The above charts show these daily market spot prices and it is the value of the specific metal at that given time. When looking at gold, silver and platinum prices it is important to know that there are a wide variety of external economic factors that affect the value of each one of these metals. Gold for example is mostly driven by the strength of the United States Dollar along with safe haven demand while silver fluctuates based on investment and industrial demand and since platinum is used heavily in catalytic converters, its price is driven by the automobile industry along with investment demand. There are many other factors that can affect this pricing, but these are the most common ones that we see on a day-to-day basis.
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