Japanese Silver Up 2.3 Percent

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Following a two-day decline, the price of Japanese silver climbed up 2.3 percent to end at JPY 701.00 ($8.79) per 10 grams on June 26, 2012. After falling for two days, the price of Indian silver rose 1.9 percent to INR 53,475 ($937) per kilogram. Chinese silver prices inched up 1.5 percent to CNY 5,805 ($912) per kilogram. US silver prices rose 1.2 percent to $27.17 per ounce.

The price of Indian gold bullion rose 0.7 percent to INR 30,046 ($526) per 10 grams after a two-day drop. Chinese gold bullion gained 0.5 percent to finish at CNY 325.27 ($51.12) per gram. At JPY 4,061 ($50), the price of Japanese gold bullion finished the market day up 0.4 percent per gram. The price of US gold bullion saw essentially no change for the fifth day in a row, remaining around $1,543 per ounce.

The price of Japanese platinum bar fell 0.4 percent to JPY 3,690 ($46) per gram. US platinum bar has been on the decline for seven days and is now at $1,430 per ounce. Chinese platinum bar held its value on Tuesday at CNY 314.50 ($49.42) per gram.

Japanese palladium bar ended the day at JPY 1,542 ($19) per gram, after the 1.7 percent drop on Tuesday. For the seventh day in a row, the price of US palladium bar fell and is currently at $597.00 per ounce. Chinese palladium bar finished the day down 0.7 percent to CNY 146.00 ($22.94) per gram.

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