Platinum


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Platinum

A rare and valuable metal. Platinum is used in jewelry and electronics. Platinum is traded as a commodity on various security exchanges. Platinum is volatile like other commodities, but generally maintains a relatively high price.
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With the new material, engineers might design fuel cells with smaller electrodes that contain only one-twentieth as much platinum as those in use now--reducing cost and boosting efficiency of the devices at the same time, the team predicts.
For its fiscal year ending September, Lonmin should attain its production target of 1 million ounces of platinum in concentrate, with planned sales of 950,000 to 960,000 ounces.
The July futures market for platinum settled at $815 an ounce on Monday, up more than $100 an ounce in the last year and more than double the price of gold.
Mark Nordlicht, Chairman of Platinum Energy, said, "We believe that the restructuring of the transaction will provide additional value to Platinum Energy stockholders and to Tandem stockholders after the liquidation.
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The market forgot about the $550s, and the spot price of platinum tested the upper end of the predicted range, nudging $650 by April.
Kerry Washington in Platinum by Neil Lane -Platinum ear studs with black and white diamonds
Old Mine platinum and diamond drop earrings (4 carats each)
Designed to fit most medium and large sized cameras, the Platinum Medium Camera Case features a padded interior lined with scratch-resistant fabric, and a zippered closure for added protection.
High-speed cards, including those within Lexar's Platinum II line, are ideal for in-camera applications that require the user to write captured information to his or her card without interruption.