The world’s most precious metal leaves everything else in the dust

The world’s most precious metal leaves everything else in the dust

Palladium’s great start to the year pales in comparison to its lesser known, but much more expensive sister metal, rhodium.
Rhodium – mainly used in autocatalysts and five times more costly than gold – surged 32% already this month, touching the highest sinc…
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Adetunji Omotola is the Founder of The Guild of Nigerian Professionals-SA and Nigeria Diaspora Television. He is the Presenter of Afrobizz on Kaya FM and Africa Now on Africa Business Radio. He is also The Founder of African Wine Circle and blogs at www.winelawandpolitics.wodpress.com

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