After last week's record week of trading, turnover returned to more normal levels among GoldMoney's customers worldwide. Head of Dealing and Settlements at the British based online precious metals trader,
"We had a definite ratio in favour of buyers this week for these metals. Gold interest was mostly for its safe haven qualities. The Israeli tension was one factor, and also we're seeing some investors looking for more tangible holdings amid fears that equities could be topping.
"Platinum and palladium saw interest because of the rising demand from the automobile industry, plus there's still some supply lag from the long running South African strikes. This can be evidenced in the metal reaching its highest price levels for the September delivery since
"Silver's seen the biggest price increases in recent weeks and so from GoldMoney customers there's been some profit taking. Silver was our only metal to see more sellers than buyers in the past week.
"The flow into our Malca-Amit vault in
"Next week the focus will be on data out of
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