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The future of PGMs: Platinum Group Metals - CPM Group

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CPM Group's Jeffrey Christian and Rohit Savant discuss the future of Platinum Group Metals in this CPM Group Webinar.

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With significant movement in Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium prices this past year, Platinum Group Metals once again are taking center stage.

A Recap Of Some Of The Issues Facing Platinum Group Metals:

Palladium and rhodium prices have moved sharply lower after reaching unprecedented heights.

Platinum prices are beginning to rise after several years of trading in a narrow, low range of $800 - $1,000.

The South African government’s Public-Private Partnership to examine how the PGM markets and mining industry got to their present state, and potential future new applications for these metals.

Quality and accuracy issues related to market data and information.

Auto industry trends to present and whether they will continue going forward.

After completing its annual review of long-term platinum, palladium, and rhodium supply, demand, and price projections to 2050 in January 2022, CPM Group will discuss:

How the above points will affect PGMs through 2050

The long transition away from petroleum-derived fueled ICEs in motive transportations

The transition to Electric Vehicles and what that process will look like.

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