Precious metals are relatively scarce, highly corrosion resistant metals of high economic value that are traded on the spot and futures markets. Their main types include but are not limited to platinum, gold, silver, palladium, etc. Gold (aka “aurum”) enjoys the highest demand if compared to other metal of the class. It is found only in separate regions, with South Africa being the world’s top manufacturer. Silver (mainly mined in South America, Australia and Norway) is the second most popular precious metal. Platinum renowned for its rare occurrence represents the third most famous precious metal.
Benguet Corporation, Alaska Gold Corporation and Andover Mining Corp. are amid the top companies involved in the precious metals market.
The Catalogue is made up of research reports fully devoted to detailed examinations of the market for precious metals. The reports represent the unique source of knowledge of the past and current state, future industry prospects, competitive environment and leading players’ performance. The research studies extensively review the market’s trends, segments, propellers and limiters.
International Trade in Colloidal Precious Metals: Trends and Prospects
The reports examine global colloidal precious metals market trends (historical, current and forecast) with respect to international trade including colloidal precious metals global trade dynamics, exports/imports by geography, leading suppliers and consumers, average prices.