The price of palladium slid on Tuesday nearly 2% as the stock markets in the United States hit their record-highs for the 133rd time in three years. The precious metal mostly used in the auto industry surrendered the gains attained on Monday when it reached a fresh all-time high.
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On the trade front, China is reportedly ready to issue more tariff waivers on the soy and pork imports from the United States.
Palladium lost 1.55% at 10:53 am ET to go for $1,944.55 per ounce while the price of platinum was 0.88% down, changing hands for $921.45 per ounce at the same time. Gold slightly decreased, slipping 0.10% to go for $1,474.96 per ounce at 10:53 am ET while silver traded for $16.98 per ounce, down by 0.38% at the same time.