Following continuous decline, precious metals in Armenia started growing in price again
ArmInfo. Following continuous decline, precious metals in Armenia have started growing in price this week (2.5% rise) due to the upsurge in silver and platinum volatility.
The State Depository of Precious Metals and Precious Stones of the Armenian Ministry of Finance has told ArmInfo that the following selling prices were set for precious metals for April 18-24: gold (small bullions) - 19289.58 AMD per 1g (up 0.9% versus the previous week), silver - 247.45 AMD (up 5.3%), platinum - 15329.40 AMD (up 3.5%) and palladium - 8537.77 AMD (up 0.3%).
By the data of the international stock markets as of April 21, 2016, 10:57 am Moscow time, the spot price of 1 troy ounce of gold made up $1260 (down 0.02% versus April 20), silver - $17.6 (up 0.17% versus April 20), platinum - $1033 (no changes versus April 20) and palladium - $602 (no changes versus April 20).