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Palladium Futures Contract Specifications

CME Globex Product Symbol (Electronic Trading) PA Contract Size

100 troy ounces

The Seller shall deliver one Contract Unit of palladium, weighed to the nearest thousandth of a troy ounce, or the equivalent weight in grams, of homogeneous cast plate and/or ingot, with a weight tolerance of 7% either higher or lower. Each Contract Unit may consist of more than one piece of plate and/or ingot, with no individual piece weighing less than 10 troy ounces, or the equivalent weight in grams.

Grade and Quality Specifications

Platinum delivered under this contract shall be a minimum of 99.95% pure.

Price Quotation U.S. Dollars and Cents per troy ounce Venue CME Globex, CME ClearPort, Open Outcry CME Globex Hours (EST) MON 9:05 a.m. – FRI 1:55 p.m. Central Time Daily trading halts 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Central Time CME ClearPort Sunday – Friday 6:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. (5:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Chicago Time/CT) with a 45-minute break each day beginning at 5:15 p.m. (4:15 p.m. CT) Open Outcry Hours (EST) MON-FRI: 9:05 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Central Time Minimum Fluctuation Prices shall be quoted in dollars and cents per troy ounce. The minimum price fluctuation shall be $.05 per troy ounce. There shall be no maximum limit on price fluctuation. Packaging and Marking

(A) Palladium may be delivered in packaged or unpackaged form.

(B) If Palladium is delivered in packaged form, the Palladium shall be in a package sealed by an Approved Assayer or Approved Producer so that the package may not be opened without destruction of the seal. Each package shall contain exactly one Contract Unit of Palladium and must bear:

(1) the lot or identification number(s) of each ingot and/or plate contained therein;

(2) the actual weight of the palladium therein;

(3) the grade of the pieces therein;

(4) the name or logo of the Approved Assayer or mark of the Approved Brand; and

(5) the chemical symbol for Palladium, Pd and/or the word “Palladium”.

(C) If Palladium is delivered in unpackaged form, each piece of Palladium comprising the Contract Unit shall be incised with:

(1) the lot or identification number of such ingot and/or plate contained therein;

(2) its actual weight (provided that if the piece was previously sampled, the weight on the Assay Certificate shall govern);

(3) the grade of such piece;

(4) the name or logo of the Approved Assayer or mark of the Approved Brand; and

(5) the chemical symbol for Palladium, Pd and/or the word “Palladium”.

Delivery Months

During each calendar month (the “current calendar month”), the Exchange will make available for trading contracts that provide for delivery of Palladium in the following months: 1) the current calendar month; 2) the first calendar month following the current calendar month; 3) the second calendar month following the current calendar month; and 4) each March, June, September and December during the period beginning with the first calendar month following the current calendar month through the 15th calendar month following the current calendar month.

Each Warrant shall contain the information set forth in the Assay Certificate, incised on the bar, or clearly identified on the package; provided, however, that weight shall be expressed in troy ounces. If the weight incised on the bar or set forth on the Assay Certificate is in grams, it shall be converted to troy ounces by dividing the weight in grams by 31.1035 and rounding to the nearest thousandth of a troy ounce. The Warrant shall represent that the Contract Unit:

(A) is an Approved Brand, meeting the grade and quality specifications of Rule 106.03, received directly from its Approved Producer by means of one or more Approved Carriers and/or, with respect to Palladium from the Approved Producer, by means of such Approved Producer’s own transport, or

(B) is an Approved Brand, meeting the grade and quality specifications of Rule 106.03, received directly from one or more storage vaults located in Zurich, Switzerland owned or controlled by either Credit Suisse Group or UBS AG, by means of one or more Approved Carriers. Such storage vaults are delivery locations for the London Platinum and Palladium Market. Upon request of the Licensed Depository, the Seller shall provide to the Licensed Depository a pro forma invoice and a bar list issued by either Credit Suisse Group or UBS AG (or the wholly-owned subsidiary that owns such vault), and, if so requested, the Licensed Depository is not required to issue a Warrant for any such Contract Unit until such documentation has been provided, or

(C) was received directly from an Approved Assayer or Approved Producer by means of one or more Approved Carriers and/or, with respect to Palladium from the Approved Producer, by means of such Approved Producer’s own transport, and was accompanied by an Assay Certificate(s) for each piece in the Contract Unit, or

(D) was received directly from an Approved Assayer or Approved Producer by means of one or more Approved Carriers and/or, with respect to Palladium from the Approved Producer, by means of such Approved Producer’s own transport, and was not accompanied by an Assay Certificate(s) for each piece in the Contract Unit but has been determined to be Eligible after having been inspected by an Approved Assayer or Approved Producer, or

(E) was received directly from another Licensed Depository by means of one or more Approved Carriers, provided, however, that the Palladium was previously Eligible, or

(F) was deposited at a Licensed Depository, and thereafter inspected by an Approved Assayer or Approved Producer and determined to be Eligible.

Inspection and Assay Certificate

(A) Assay Certificates. Except for Palladium delivered pursuant to Rules 106.08(A), (B), (C) or (E), the Licensed Depository shall, upon receipt of the commodity, cause an inspection to be made by an Approved Assayer or an Approved Producer. The Approved Assayer or Approved Producer shall issue Assay Certificate(s) covering each piece in the Contract Unit in the form approved by the Exchange.

(B) Each Assay Certificate shall report the lot or bar number, weight, grade, the name of the Approved Assayer or Approved Producer, the symbol identifying the metal or the name of the metal and the date of inspection. On all Assay Certificates, weight shall be expressed in troy ounces.

(C) (1) Every lot inspected must bear on the package the lot number, seal number, date of inspection, weight, grade, and the name of the Approved Assayer or Approved Producer who made the inspection. (Effective as to Palladium assayed prior to October 1, 1979.)

(2) Every lot inspected, if packaged, must bear on such package the lot or bar number; weight; grade; the name or logo of the Approved Assayer or Approved Producer and the symbol identifying the metal or the name of the metal. Every lot inspected, if unpackaged, must be incised with the lot or bar number, weight; grade; the name or logo of the Approved Assayer or Approved Producer, and the symbol identifying the metal. (Effective as to Palladium assayed on and after October 1, 1979.)

(D) If a Contract Unit of Palladium is surrendered to the bearer of a Warrant, or if the Contract Unit is in a package and the seal is broken, the Assay Certificate(s) for such Contract Unit is no longer valid and such Contract Unit is no longer Eligible.

(E) The Seller shall bear the costs of inspection, delivery to the Licensed Depository, charges of the Licensed Depository, and all other expenses, if any, to determine that the Palladium is Eligible.

Delivery Type Delivery Period

Delivery may take place on any business day beginning on the first business day of the delivery month or any subsequent business day of the delivery month, but not later than the last business day of the current delivery month.

Listed Contracts

Trading is conducted over 15 months beginning with the current month and the next two calendar months before moving into the quarterly cycle of January, April, July, and October.

Termination of Trading

Trading terminates on the third last business day of the delivery month.

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Palladium Price in US Dollars

Apr 08, 2020 05:27 NY Time

Palladium Spot Price Palladium Price Today Change
Palladium price per ounce 2,065.00 -5.00
Palladium price per gram 66.39 -0.16
Palladium price per kilo 66,391.29 -160.75
Palladium price in pennyweight 103.25 -0.25
Palladium price in tola 774.38 -1.88
Palladium price in tael (HK) 2,509.55 -6.08

Palladium Chart

Palladium Fixes

Palladium Historical Performance

Period Change ($) Change (%)
30 Days -293.00 -12.43%
6 Months 408.00 24.62%
1 Year 703.00 51.62%
5 Years 1,312.00 174.24%
Since 2000 1,619.00 363.00%

Palladium Ratios

Commodities Ratios
Gold 1.2456
Silver 137.2093
Platinum 2.7905

Palladium Price Guide

WHAT MAKES PALLADIUM A PRECIOUS METAL?

This is a classification of specific metals that are considered rare and have a higher economic value compared to other metals. There are five main precious metals openly traded on various exchanges, palladium has the smallest futures market. Other precious metals are sometimes referred to as monetary metals, but palladium has never historically been used as global currencies. However, investors have seen the palladium as a store of value in recent history. Along with being precious metals, palladium is part of a unique subcategory referred to as Platinum Group Metals (PGM).

Most of the palladium produced is used in the auto sector in auto catalytic converters, which are used to reduce emission from gasoline vehicles.

WHAT IS SPOT FOR PALLADIUM?

The spot palladium prices refer to the price of the precious metals for immediate delivery. Transactions for bullion coins are almost always priced using the spot price as a basis. The spot market trades very close to 24 hours a day as there is almost always a location somewhere in the world that is actively taking orders. New York, London, Sydney, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Zurich are where most of the trading activity takes place. Whenever bullion dealers in any of these cities are active, we indicate this on our website with the message “Spot Market is Open”. For the high and low values, we are showing the lowest bid and the highest ask of the day.

PALLADIUM PRICES – FUTURES MARKET

Palladium is one of a number of commodity futures, wherein contracts are entered into, agreeing to buy or sell the precious metals at a certain price at a specified future date. The palladium futures market is the smallest compared to other precious metals. Palladium futures are used both as a way for producers and market makers to hedge their products against fluctuations in the market, and as a way for speculators to make money off of those same movements in the market.

A precious metals futures contract is a legally binding agreement for delivery of a metal in the future at an agreed-upon price. The contracts are standardized by a futures exchange as to quantity, quality, time and place of delivery. Only the price is variable.

Hedgers use these contracts as a way to manage their price risk on an expected purchase or sale of the physical metal. They also provide speculators with an opportunity to participate in the markets by lodging exchange required margin.

There are two different positions that can be taken: A long (buy) position is an obligation to accept delivery of the physical metal, while a short (sell) position is the obligation to make delivery. The great majority of futures contracts are offset prior to the delivery date. For example, this occurs when an investor with a long position sells that position prior to delivery notice.

SPOT PALLADIUM PRICES VS PALLADIUM FUTURES PRICES

There is usually a difference between the spot price of palladium and the future contract prices. The future price, which Kitco also displays on this page, is used for futures contracts and represents the price to be paid on the date of a delivery of the palladium in the future. In normal markets, the futures price for palladium is higher than the spot. The difference is determined by the number of days to the delivery contract date, prevailing interest rates, and the strength of the market demand for immediate physical delivery. The difference between the spot price and the future price, when expressed as an annual percentage rate is known as the “forward rate”.

CHANGE (CHANGE IN PLATINUM PRICES FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE)

This is the change in the price of the palladium from the previous close, which is not necessarily the previous day. Weekdays from 6:00 PM NY time until midnight the previous close is from the current day. Here’s why: The time the market stops trading in New York on weekdays is for a 60 min period, from 5:00 PM New York time until 6:00 PM. We use the last quote at 5:00 PM as the close of that given day. The change is always the difference between the current price and the price at 5:00pm. For example: palladium last traded at $2348 at 5:00 PM on January 17. If it is January 17 at 6:30 PM and the price is $2,350, we will show a change of +2.00. If it is January 18 at 5:00 PM and palladium is quoted at $2,375 then we would show a change of +25.00 at that time.

PALLADIUM FUTURES CHANGE (CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS CLOSE)

This is the change in the price of the metal from the price at the end of the previous trading session. Currently, the weekday closing time is 2:00 PM Eastern Time.

30 DAY CHG (30-DAY CHANGE)

This is the change in the price of the metal over a 30-day period as posed from the previous close.

1 YEAR CHG (1-YEAR CHANGE)

This is the change in the price of the metal from a year ago today, as opposed from the previous close.

HOW ARE THE LIVE SPOT PALLADIUM PRICES CALCULATED?

Every precious metals market has a corresponding benchmark price that is set on a daily basis. These benchmarks are used mostly for commercial contracts and producer agreements. These benchmarks are calculated partly from trading activity in the spot market.

The spot price for palladium is determined from trading activity on Over-The-Counter (OTC) decentralized markets. An OTC is not a formal exchange and prices are negotiated directly between participants with most of the transaction taking place electronically. Although these aren’t regulated, financial institutions play an important role, acting as market makers, providing a bid and ask price in the spot market.

I’VE HEARD THAT PALLADIUM IS TRADED 24/7 – IS THAT TRUE? IS THERE AN OPEN AND A CLOSE?

Like other precious metals, palladium actually trades 23 hours a day Sunday through Friday. Most OTC markets overlap each other; however, there is a one-hour period between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. eastern time where no market is actively trading. Despite this one hour close, because spot is traded on OTC markets, there are no official opening or closing prices.

For larger transactions, most precious metals traders will use a benchmark price that is taken at a specific period during the trading day.

WHAT IS THE BID PRICE FOR PALLADIUM?

The bid price is the highest price someone is willing to pay for an ounce of palladium.

WHAT IS THE ASK PRICE FOR PALLADIUM?

The ask price is the lowest price someone is willing to sell an ounce of palladium.

WHAT DOES THE SPREAD MEAN FOR THE PALLADIUM PRICE PER OUNCE TODAY?

The spread is the price difference between the bid and the ask price. The palladium market is very small and can have a wider spread compared to gold and silver, which are much more liquid markets.

IS THERE A BENCHMARK FOR PALLADIUM?

Because there is no official closing or opening price for palladium, some market participants rely on benchmark prices, set during different times of the day. These benchmarks are also referred to as fixings.

The London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) is the leading organization that is responsible for maintaining benchmarks for all precious metals. The LBMA Palladium Price is the widely accepted benchmarks in the precious metals space.

The benchmark price is determined once daily in an electronic auction between participating banks with the LBMA, which is administered by ICE Benchmark Administration.

ARE THE PALLADIUM PRICES PER OUNCE THE SAME AROUND THE GLOBE?

One troy ounce of palladium is the same around the world and for larger transaction are usually priced in U.S. dollars as that is the most active market; however, the value of an ounce of palladium can be higher or lower based on the value of a nation’s currency.

Traditionally, currencies that are stronger than the U.S. dollar have a lower value; however, currencies that are lower than the U.S. dollar have a higher prices. While palladium prices are mostly quoted in ounces per U.S. dollar, OTC markets in other countries also offer other weight options.

WHAT IS OZ, GRAM, KILO, TOLA, (ETC.)?

Most precious metals prices are quoted in troy ounces; however, countries that have adopted the metric system, pricing palladium in grams, kilograms and tonnes.

Grams = 0.032151 troy ounces

Kg = 32.150747 troy ounces

Tonnes = 32,150,7466 troy ounces

Tael = 1.203370 troy ounces

Tola = 0.374878 troy ounce

Though not as popular as kilograms and grams, Tael is a weight measurement in China. The tola is a weight measurement in South Asia.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN OUNCE AND A TROY OUNCE WHEN LOOKING AT A PALLADIUM CHART?

A troy ounce is used specifically in the weighing and pricing of precious metals and its use dates back to the Roman Empire when currencies were valued in weight. The process was carried over to the British Empire where one pound sterling was worth one troy pound of silver. The U.S. Mint adopted the troy ounce system in 1828.

A troy ounce is about slightly heavier than an imperial ounce by about 10%. An imperial ounce equals 28.35 grams, while a troy ounce is equal to 31.1 grams.

WHY IS PALLADIUM MOSTLY QUOTED IN U.S. DOLLARS?

While you can buy palladium in any currency in the world, it is important to realize that ultimately everything is based on the value of the U.S. dollar. Because of the size and stability of the U.S. economy, the dollar is considered a reserve currency, meaning that it is held in significant quantities by other governments and major institutions. Reserve currencies are used to settle international transactions. Since the start of the 20th century, the U.S. dollar has been the dominant reserve currency around the world.

WHY ARE PALLADIUM AND GOLD PRICES SO DIFFERENT?

The reason palladium prices trade differently to gold boils down to one simple fact: supply and demand. The less supply there is of a metal, the higher the price. Unlike gold and silver, sentiment has little impact on palladium prices. Palladium is considered an industrial metals and has a very structured supply and demand model.

The metal is a critical component in auto catalytic converters, which is used to reduce greenhouse gases from gasoline engines.

Over recent years, high demand for gasoline-powered cars has significantly increased demand for palladium at the same time annual supply has been shrinking.

WHAT IS THE LBMA?

Based in London, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) is an international trade association, which represents the precious metals markets including gold, silver, platinum and palladium. It is not an exchange. Its current members include 140 companies made up of refiners, fabricator, traders, etc. The LBMA is responsible for setting the benchmark prices for gold and silver as well as platinum and palladium. For the refining industry, the LBMA is also responsible for publishing the Good Delivery List, which is widely recognized as the benchmark standard for the quality of gold, silver and PGM bars around the world.

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST PALLADIUM EXCHANGE-TRADED FUND (PPLT)?

Physically backed-exchange traded funds have revolutionized the investment landscape in the last 15 years and platinum is no exception. These products provided easy access to difficult markets for investors. Among PGM markets, Aberdeen Standard Investment runs the biggest PGM-backed ETF in the world with assets under management valued at $765.2 million.

WHAT MOVES PALLADIUM PRICES?

It is important to note that palladium is a fairly small markets so prices can see dramatic fluctuations. However, unlike gold and silver, palladium has a strong industrial market, which means that it responds to more supply and demand fundamentals.

Palladium is seeing some strong demand because car companies have to meet tightening environmental conditions to reduce greenhouse gasses. Auto companies are loading their catalytic converters with more palladium to meet these new standards.

Unlike gold and silver, palladium doesn’t have significant physical markets. Over the years, the palladium has seen sporadic production from mints. The U.S. Mint stopped producing palladium coins in 2020, the Royal Canadian Mint stopped making palladium coins in 2009.

For palladium, investment grade bars from private mints around the world are more popular for investors.

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