Palladium plummets 13% on China lockdowns, down 40% in six weeks

several palladium stones, a chemical element that at room temperature contracts in the solid state. Metal used in industry. Spot focus

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Palladium prices plunged as much as 13% on Monday as commodities tumble across the board amid rising concerns over prolonged COVID-led lockdowns in Shanghai and potential increases to U.S. interest rates that could hurt global growth

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