6th October, 2020: Scrap Gold and Silver Prices Soared, Platinum Declined on Index
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Published on October 07,2020 02:52 AM Scrap Metals
In the Hallmarked category, the 14 carat gold scrap prices went higher by $ 3.72 per Oz.
6th October, 2020: Scrap Gold and Silver Prices Soared, Platinum Declined on Index

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): The daily scrap gold and silver prices - hallmarked and non- hallmarked moved higher from previous day on Tuesday, 6th October, 2020 on the ScrapMonster Price Index. Meantime, the prices of Platinum scrap declined over the day.

In the Hallmarked category, the 14 carat gold scrap prices went higher by $ 3.72 per Oz. The prices of 18 carat and 22 carat gold scrap also went higher by $ 4.77 per Oz and $ 5.82 per Oz respectively. 9 carat gold scrap prices increased by $ 2.38 per Oz. The price of Platinum scrap witnessed modest decline of $ 2.19 per Oz to reach $ 647.46 per Oz. Silver scrap prices saw marginal up tick of $0.04 per Oz.

In the Non-Hallmarked category, the 14 carat gold scrap prices edged higher by $ 3.52 per Oz. The prices of 18 carat and 22 carat gold scrap too went up by $ 4.51 and $ 5.50 per Oz respectively.9 carat gold scrap also increased by $ 2.26 per Oz. The price of Platinum scrap witnessed a decline of $ 2.19 per Oz to reach $ 647.46 per Oz. Meantime, Silver scrap prices inched higher by $ 0.04 per Oz during the day.

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