for the dollar to keep going as fast as it is."Silver was up 2.65 pct at USD 17.73 an ounce, while platinum was up 1.83 pct at USD 977.60. Palladium, the most industrial of the major precious metals, bucked
Flagging a slew of concerns arising from the Brexit which may even put their growthestimates under pressure, domestic rating agencies on June 24 said a possible decline in oil prices is the only positive outcomefrom Britain's decision to exit the European Union.
the dollar-quoted gold expensive.Silver also registered a steep rise of Rs 1,000 to Rs 42,300 per kg, largely in tandem with global trend as money flew to safe-haven investments following trouble over Brexit
Copper came off a seven-week top, but losses were marginal while grains stabilized as initial results from a referendum on Britain's 43-year EU membership poured in. China-traded commodities barely reacted, with actively traded iron ore and rebar futures largely steady.