Palladium Spot Price & Charts

Our spot price chart accurately reports palladium spot prices in real-time. Use the table to the right to discover the palladium price today in ounces, grams, and kilograms. Identify trends by examining our historical spot price chart below, showing the price of palladium in various time frames, including 24-hours, 3 days, 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, YTD, 1 year, 5 years, and and all time. Bookmark this page to receive accurate and up-to-date gold palladium prices information.

Learn more about spot price, and how to use it, in the FAQ section below.

Live Metal Spot Price (24hrs) Apr 23, 2024 12:58 PM ET
Palladium Spot Prices Todays Price Change
Palladium Price Per Ounce
$1,056.00
$13.40
Palladium Price Per Gram
$33.95
$0.43
Palladium Price Per Kilo
$33,951.16
$430.82

$1,056.00

$13.40

1.31%

Palladium Spot Price FAQs

What is the price of palladium today?

The palladium price today will update every 60 seconds in real-time during the trading day based on the market. To see the current palladium price, please reference the palladium price chart above.

What is the palladium spot price?

The current market price of palladium which can be bought for immediate delivery is called the palladium spot price. The palladium spot price is the price of one troy ounce of palladium in US Dollars. Our website shows the real-time palladium spot price, in addition to the historical palladium price in the chart above. The palladium spot price can fluctuate throughout the day, based on market factors such as supply, demand, economic events, and geopolitical events.

What is the Palladium Bid Price and the Palladium Ask Price?

The palladium bid price and the palladium ask price are the prices at which palladium can be bought and sold, respectively. The palladium bid price is the highest price the buyer is willing to pay for palladium. When selling palladium to a dealer, a dealer will purchase palladium at the bid price. The palladium ask price is the lowest price the seller is willing to sell palladium. When buying palladium from a dealer, a dealer will sell palladium at the ask price. The difference between the palladium bid price and the palladium ask price is called the bid-ask spread, which can vary based on the current supply and demand in the market, transaction size, as well as other factors.

What can affect the Palladium Price?

The palladium price is affected by changes in industrial demand and global supply, geopolitical and economic factors, currency exchange rates, and technological changes.

Can I buy Palladium at the current spot price?

The price of physical palladium is based on the current market palladium price, as well as a premium over the palladium spot price. Physical palladium has a cost to procure, manufacture and distribute, which is why you cannot typically purchase palladium for the palladium spot price.

What is premium over spot?

The premium over spot is the markup an investor will pay above the raw palladium value of a product. For example, if the palladium spot price is $1,500 per ounce and an investor purchased a 1 oz palladium product for $1,700, the premium over spot is $200, which is the difference between the $1,700 palladium product and the $1,500 palladium price.