A Vancouver native, Charlotte recently graduated from Simon Fraser University, where she majored in English and Humanities. During her time there, SFU’s Writing and Communications program caught her attention, and she began working towards a Certificate in Editing. After completing an editorial internship at Vancouver’s Western Living magazine in the fall of 2010, she knew that she wanted to pursue editing further.
Charlotte started working for the Investing News Network in the spring of 2012 and now specializes in writing about diamonds, precious metals, base metals and graphite. She received her Certificate in Editing in 2013.
Reuters reported that last week, palladium-backed ETFs saw their biggest outflows since August 2014. That week the palladium price fell as gold, silver and platinum prices rose — that’s in contrast to “the trend of the last two years.”
The outlook for palladium is considered by most to be bright, and it got even more positive last Friday, when Scotiabank released its latest Global Auto Report. The firm predicts predicts that global auto sales will “scale new heights in 2015,” increasing by 4 percent
ETF Trends reported that while the ETFS Physical Palladium Shares (ARCA:PALL) has gained 18.4 percent so far this year, putting all the other physically backed precious metals ETFs to shame, its reign may be set to end.
Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. (TSX:IVN) announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2014, commenting that it was hit by a total comprehensive loss of $135.8 million, up $84.7 million from the year-ago period.