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Worldwide Stock Market Prices and Precious Metals Daily Prices: Precious Metals Daily Prices in Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference

Access daily open and closing prices and more for stocks on all major exchanges, worldwide, in the Data-Planet repository, along with daily prices for gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.

Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference

Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference provides simple and refined searching of the extensive Data-Planet repository of standardized and structured statistical data. 

About Precious Metals Daily Prices

This dataset provides daily spot prices for gold, silver, palladium, and platinum, and gold coin prices. Xignite collects, compiles and curates its precious metals data from a variety of high quality sources, including Morningstar, Six Financial Information, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, London Bullion Market Association, and the London Platinum and Palladium Market.

Xignite provides on-demand financial market data covering global equities, commodities, currencies, options, fixed income, mutual funds, derivatives, and OTC (“over-the-counter” or those traded in a context other than a formal exchange) instruments.

[Note that the dataset is a premium offering with Data-Planet Statistical Datasets. To see if your institution subscribes, look for the Precious Metals entry in the Stocks and Commodities folder in the Browse by Subject listing of the indicator tree.]

Exploring Precious Metals Daily Prices in Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference

Search by keywords in the name of the precious metal or goid coin that you are interested in the Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference search box. A search on "palladium OR platinum" returns indicators from the Precious Metals Daily Prices dataset in the first two results, indicating their high relevance:



Alternatively, select the dataset of interest from the type-ahead box, as below:



Click on a record and review the resulting DataSheet. Here you can view the trend, export the data in csv or Excel, export the DataSheet itself as a pdf, or click to View in Statistical Datasets, where you can examine relationships between precious metals prices and other indicators (see Exploring Precious Metals Daily Prices in Statistical Datasets for more information).



The DataSheet contains a citation and also allows you to create a DOI of the DataSheet. The DOI ensures that each time you reference the data in a paper or elsewhere, the reader can view the exact view of the DataSheet at the time you created it. The resulting link also provides an opportunity  to update the DataSheet with new data where available.






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