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    LBMA Trade Data

    Nasdaq is the sole provider of comprehensive, consistent and concise OTC data for the precious metals market. LBMA collates anonymous and aggregated trade information from LBMA members and provides a daily snapshot of the LBMA membership’s share of the Loco London and Loco Zurich OTC market for precious metals – covering Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium. LBMA Trade Data reporting service is owned by LBMA, disseminated by Nasdaq and available via the Bloomberg Terminal and Refinitiv Eikon. Contact us to receive free sample data.

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    Nasdaq is the sole provider of comprehensive, consistent and concise OTC data for the precious metals market. LBMA collates anonymous and aggregated trade information from LBMA members and provides a daily snapshot of the LBMA membership’s share of the Loco London and Loco Zurich OTC market for precious metals – covering Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium. LBMA Trade Data reporting service is owned by LBMA, disseminated by Nasdaq and available via the Bloomberg Terminal and Refinitiv Eikon. Contact us to receive free sample data.

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    LBMA Trade Data Live on Refinitiv Eikon

    LBMA Trade Data reports are available via Refinitiv Eikon terminals. The data sets available cover Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium.

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    LBMA Trade Data Live on Bloomberg

    LBMA-i Gold, Silver, Platinum and Palladium OTC data is available via the Bloomberg Terminal and data feed (B-PIPE).

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    Weekly Analysis

    There has been a double-digit increase in total OTC volume for Gold, Silver and Platinum, while Palladium traded 10.88% less last week. Gold, Silver and Platinum had higher than average weekly OTC volume with notable growth in Gold Spot, Silver Loan and Palladium Option transactions. Palladium experienced the decline for most of the instrument types, but Palladium Loan transactions had almost 83% increase since last week. Prices followed the volume pattern with Gold (+1.06%), Silver(+2.21%) and Platinum(+2.85%) showing 1-2% increase and a decline of 1.06% for Palladium.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Monthly Analysis

    Access the latest OTC Precious Metals Market Analysis from leading analysts, traders and market participants as they use LBMA Trade Data to identify trends, patterns and insights applicable to all segments of the market.

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    Precious Metals Insights

    #TradeTalks: First quarter trends in the metals market and what that could signal ahead
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    The LBMA Trade Data trademark is owned by LBMA and licensed by Nasdaq. LBMA Trade Data is a transparency service for the precious metals market delivered by Nasdaq. LBMA Trade Data collates anonymous and aggregated trade reporting data from LBMA members and publishes the total volumes traded.

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