Price discovery is crucial for any market. Gold not only has a spot price, but it also has the LBMA Gold Price, as well as several regional prices. The LBMA Gold Price is used as an important benchmark throughout the gold market, while the other regional gold prices are important to local markets.
This data set provides the gold price over a range of timeframes (daily, weekly, monthly, annually) going back to 1978, and in the major trading, producer, and consumer currencies.
Length and frequency
The gold price in a range of frequencies (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually) and various currencies (including the major trading, producer, and consumer currencies) from 1978. Gold reference prices from the London Bullion Market Association, London Metals Exchange and Shanghai Gold Exchange in a range of frequencies (daily, weekly, monthly, annually) back to 2015 or earlier where available.
Prices are quoted in currency unit per troy ounce unless otherwise stated.
LBMA Gold Price
SGE Gold Benchmark Price
LMEprecious Reference Price