Even though Uber has bowed out of Singapore and most of Southeast Asia, its name remains as a generic trademark for hassle-free ride-sharing that revolutionized the way we travel, made possible by smart phones. What if we could do the same with recycling? What if we could, with a few taps on our phones, have someone
Fueling Hope for the Platinum Industry: Will Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles Drive Platinum & Palladium Demand?
Fueling Hope for the Platinum Industry: Will Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles Drive Platinum & Palladium Demand? 2018 is turning out to be a pretty bad year for Platinum Group Metals (PGMs). Platinum, in particular has taken a sound beating with its prices falling a full 10% as compared to Gold’s 10% and Silver’s 6%. After close to a month
We’ve covered Platinum and Palladium extensively in our previous posts, so it’s time we move on to another Platinum Group Metals (PGM) that is commonly found in spent catalytic converters and industrial catalysts – Rhodium. Although it is lesser known than Platinum and Palladium, Rhodium is more expensive per ounce at the moment due steady industrial demand and dwindling
The Mystery of How USD 22 Billion Worth of Gold Ended in the Dump In the last two articles, we delved into the various emerging as well as tried and tested applications of Platinum and Palladium. Today, we will cover everyone’s favourite precious metal, Gold, and touch on the possibility of a new gold rush that would take
Does Platinum Have a Future with the Rise of Electric Vehicles Over 40% of platinum is used in the manufacturing of automotive catalytic converters. With the introduction of electric vehicles (EVs), many reports are pointing towards a marked decrease in platinum demand and falling prices in the mid to long- term. So how far will the once