Prices on precious metals in Armenia demonstrated positive dynamics for the first time since the beginning of summer
ArmInfo. The precious metals were demonstrating drop in prices since the beginning of summer and only in the third week (from June 13 to June 19) 3.4% growth was ensured from previous 1.4% drop. Within the period under review all the precious metals demonstrated positive dynamics, and silver registered the highest growth by 4.9%.
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 June 13-June 19: gold (small bullions) - 19329,31 AMD per 1g (3.4% growth from previous 1.1% decline), silver - 258,27 AMD (4.9% growth from previous 1.7% drop), platinum - 15337,91 AMD (2.8% growth from previous 3% drop) and palladium - 8562,59 AMD (2.5% growth from previous 0.3% growth).