The LBMA Gold and Silver Price benchmarks are the global benchmark prices for unallocated gold and silver delivered in London, and are administered by ICE Benchmark Administration Limited. A licence is required from IBA in order to obtain and use real-time or historical LBMA Gold and Silver Price data, including for pricing and valuation activities and in transactions and financial products. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to obtain the requisite licence and where to access the data. Please see IBA's website for further information.
The LBMA Platinum and Palladium Price is administered independently by the London Metal Exchange (LME). LME licences its data for a wide variety of purposes, including distribution and the creation of derived products. Particular uses of the LBMA Platinum and Palladium prices require a usage licence. For information on licensing arrangements relating to these prices, please refer to the LME website.
About LBMA Daily Auction Prices
When are the prices set? Who administers them? We’ve summarised below the main features of each of our precious metal prices.
LBMA Daily Trade Reporting Data
For the first time in history, LBMA Trade Data makes it possible for market participants to gauge the size and shape of the London OTC precious metals market, the oldest and biggest financial market for gold in the world.
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Global Precious Metals Conference 2023 - In-Person Tickets Sold Out; Virtual Tickets Still Available
The demand for in-person Conference tickets has exceeded expectations and we are thrilled to announce that the Conference has completely sold out. There is still the opportunity to engage virtually with our in-depth Conference programme.