Price tables - PMM

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Price tables

Johnson Matthey Base Prices in US$ per troy oz.

March 2017

Hong Kong London New York
08:30 14:00 09:00 09:30 15:00
Wed 1st 1024 1025 1028 1018 -
Thu 2nd 1020 1019 1017 1000 -
Fri 3rd 995 992 991 988 -
Mon 6th 1002 995 992 988 -
Tue 7th 980 978 975 966 -
Wed 8th 965 964 958 954 -
Thu 9th 952 950 948 947 -
Fri 10th 941 939 942 940 -
Mon 13rd 947 948 949 942 -
Tue 14th 942 944 940 938 -
Wed 15th 941 943 945 936 -
Thu 16th 963 970 967 965 -
Fri 17th 959 959 959 961 -
Mon 20th 970 969 968 967 -
Tue 21st 975 963 965 974 -
Wed 22nd 976 973 974 967 -
Thu 23rd 964 966 966 967 -
Fri 24th 963 960 - - -
Month Average 971.06 969.83 969.65 965.76 0.00
Month Average for all time zones 968.90
** There will be no 09:30 am EST US base price on the 23rd December 2016**
** There will be no 09.00 am UK base price on the 26th & 27th December 2016 **
** As of 1st January 2015 there will no longer be a New York 15:00 price on all metals **

Beginning April 1st 2016 the Johnson Matthey Base Price that is published 9:30 AM Eastern Standard Time will adopt a holiday calendar which includes only days where both the UK and the US are closed for business.  For 2017, these dates include January 2nd, May 29th and December 25th & 26th.

The Johnson Matthey base prices are the company’s quoted prices for our customers of wholesale quantities of platinum group metals set by our trading desks in the USA, Hong Kong and the UK.  The price reflects Johnson Matthey’s current view of prevailing market prices and may take into account Johnson Matthey’s view on current market bids and offers.  The price is for metal in sponge form with minimum purities of 99.95% for platinum and palladium, and 99.9% for rhodium, iridium and ruthenium.

How are the monthly averages calculated?

Month Average is the average of the prices in each column.

Month Average for all time zones is calculated as follows:

  1. The sum of the daily prices is divided by the number of prices set during that day to give a daily average.

  2. The daily averages are added together and divided by the number of days on which prices were set during the month.