Platinum Price Live Chart

Live platinum prices in London

BullionVault's platinum price chart shows you the real-time spot price in the professional platinum bullion market. You can then purchase platinum at the prices shown using BullionVault.

We give you the fastest platinum price updates online, with live data processed about every 10 seconds. There is no need to refresh your browser. This chart also gives you up to 20 years of historical data, so you can see the long-term trend in platinum pricing. Live and historic data is available in seven different currencies.

The platinum price chart allows you to select your desired currency from US Dollars, Australian Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Euros, Japanese Yen, Swiss Francs and British Pounds.

Buy gold, silver and platinum on BullionVault in US Dollars, Euros and British Pounds.

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Platinum Price Chart FAQ
The chart above is a live feed of the spot price in the wholesale market. It closes over the weekend and public holidays. BullionVault, on the other hand, never shuts. It allows you to trade 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Set a custom platinum price alert to be emailed whenever the platinum price moves through your chosen value.
Yes. BullionVault gives private investors around the world access to the professional platinum bullion markets. You benefit from the lowest costs for buying, selling and storing platinum, starting from 1 gram at a time – just a fraction of one ounce. For more information, see our page explaining how to buy platinum online. You can also calculate commission and platinum storage fees using our cost calculator.

The daily price of platinum is determined by London's biggest bullion banks, who agree on a price to clear their outstanding order. The London Bullion Market Association publishes this daily price on its website.

The price is determined on UK working weekdays at 2pm London time for platinum (2pm for palladium, 3pm for gold, mid-day for silver). The prices are made public at midnight. Orders are processed shortly after the price is determined using a provisional, estimated price, and then adjusted to the published price on the following working day. Place your order for platinum by 1:35pm to secure the daily price shown (1:35pm for palladium, 2:35pm for gold, 11:40am for silver).

No Daily Price is published on Saturday or Sunday, or on certain UK public holidays.

Yes. Ordering at the Daily Price is an easy way to buy and sell platinum. Tell us how much you want to trade, and we'll do the rest for you.

The actual platinum bullion and cash normally take two working days to settle to your account. For a purchase, your funds stay in your account and are reserved until the bullion is settled. Likewise, for a sale, the bullion you are selling is reserved in your account until you receive the cash, typically after two working days.

Open orders are only executed on days when an appropriate price is published.

The Daily Price is published in troy ounces in US Dollars, Euros and British Pounds (1 troy oz = 0.0311034768 kg). On BullionVault, you place orders in kilograms. We convert the as-published daily price of platinum per ounce to a price of platinum per kg and round up to the nearest Dollar, Euro and Pound. We use the same platinum price per kg for buying and selling with no spread.

Many factors impact the changing price of platinum, including industrial supply and demand, central bank monetary policy, inflation and the performance of stock markets and bonds.

Articles exploring platinum prices and their relationship with the financial markets are published on BullionVault's Gold News each day. Additionally, once you open a BullionVault account, you can opt-in to receive the Weekly Market Update. This weekly email explores and discusses current movements in gold, silver, palladium and platinum prices and the reasons behind them.

BullionVault is the world's largest online investment gold, silver, palladium and platinum service, currently taking care of some $3.8 billion for more than 100,000 users.
Yes. You can monitor the platinum price today by changing the platinum price chart scale above to 10 minutes, 1 hour, 6 hours or 1 day. You can also keep track of the platinum price on your iPhone or Android device with the BullionVault App.

The price of platinum can change by the second – as dictated by supply and demand – as well as the currency that the buyer wishes to use to purchase their platinum.

Currently, the spot price for 1g of Platinum is .

However, it's possible to track the real-time changing price of platinum in grams, plus daily, weekly, monthly and yearly trends using BullionVault's live platinum price chart above.

The prices of platinum and gold can change by the second, dictated by a range of factors including supply and demand and the currency that the buyer wishes to use to purchase their bullion.

Historically, the prices of platinum and gold have adopted similar market trends, with platinum typically holding a greater price. However, since the Volkswagen diesel scandal in 2015, platinum's price has trailed that of gold.

To compare the live prices of platinum and gold – and view historic pricing trends – view BullionVault's live pricing charts.

Platinum achieved its highest price in USD in 2008. However, as an industrial metal, the price of platinum is largely determined by supply and demand. As such, the diesel scandal in 2015 impacted platinum's price, as the appeal of diesel cars – and consequently the demand for platinum autocats – waned.

Track the real-time price of platinum using BullionVault's price chart.

No, platinum does not rust. Platinum is a pure metal – meaning it does not contain iron – and as such, cannot rust or corrode when exposed to water or air moisture.

Platinum's unique physical properties therefore make it invaluable as an industrial metal, as well as being desirable for use in luxury jewellery.

This durability and versatility are among the reasons platinum bullion is seen as an attractive investment for traders. For information on how to invest in platinum, check out our dedicated guide.

Not only is platinum the world's premier jewellery metal – due to its rarity and hardness – but demand for platinum also remains high for its use in high-volume industrial applications, such as the manufacture of fertilizers, petroleum and fibreglass. Its biggest use is in diesel autocats, although it is also used in hydrogen fuel cells.

For information on how to buy and sell platinum, check out our dedicated guide.

Platinum achieved its highest price in USD in 2008. However, as an industrial metal, the price of platinum is largely determined by supply and demand. As such, the diesel scandal in 2015 impacted platinum's price, as the appeal of diesel cars – and consequently the demand for platinum autocats – waned.

Track the real-time price of platinum using BullionVault's price chart.

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