More info about the actual and historic palladium price charts
CONCERNING THE CHARTS
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On this page you can consult live as well as historical exchange rate data in American dollars and in euros. Check out our interactive charts for gold, silver, platinum and palladium at ease. You can always modify the display to your liking by adjusting the filters above the chart.
Argentor offers you this information completely free of charge and in a simplified manner, in order for you to make a well informed choice regarding your investment. To make things easy, we limited the adjustment of the exchange rates to just 1 update per minute. That way you always get an accurate and clear rate. The rates above are based upon data provided by several live feed providers. Depending on the fundamental data, the rates can always - however very lightly - differ from rates published by other traders. Historical exchange rates in American dollar are available up until the early ‘90’s, while the rates in euro go back to January 1999.
Should you have any remarks or questions regarding the rates, or in case you would like some assistance with reading the charts above, please do not hesitate to contact us. However, be aware that Argentor will never give an opinion when it comes to market speculations. Feel free to check out our blog for more in-depth analyses and market updates. All our articles are written in Dutch though.
For your information: do not try to find a correlation between the rate and the grey graphic in the background of the chart. This graphic represents the skyline of Antwerp; our home town as well as the commercial trading centre for precious metals in Belgium. With its many traders, gold smiths and jewellers Antwerp is proud to be not only a European turntable for diamonds, but for precious metals as well.