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white metal:

see Babbitt metalBabbitt metal,
an antifriction metal first produced by Isaac Babbitt in 1839. In present-day usage the term is applied to a whole class of silver-white bearing metals, or "white metals.
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white metal

[′wīt ‚med·əl]
(metallurgy)
Any of several white-colored metals and their alloys of relatively low melting points, such as lead, tin, antimony, and zinc.
A copper matte of about 77% copper, obtained from the smelting of sulfide copper ores.
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We are delighted to be back at the NYSE, ringing the opening bell for ETFS Asian Gold Trust and ETFS White Metals Basket Trust.
The ETFS Gold Trust, ETFS Silver Trust, ETFS Platinum Trust, ETFS Palladium Trust, ETFS Asian Gold Trust, ETFS Precious Metals Basket Trust & ETFS White Metals Basket Trust are not investment companies registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 or a commodity pool for purposes of the Commodity Exchange Act.
is the marketing agent for The ETFS Asian Gold Trust, ETFS White Metals Basket Trust, ETFS Precious Metals Basket Trust, ETFS Gold Trust, ETFS Silver Trust, ETFS Platinum Trust and ETFS Palladium Trust.
Basket precious metal ETPs are Precious Metals Basket (GLTR) and White Metal Basket (WITE).
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The ETFS White Metals Basket Trust, The ETFS Precious Metals Basket Trust, The ETFS Gold Trust, ETFS Silver Trust, ETFS Palladium Trust and ETFS Platinum Trust are not investment companies registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 or a commodity pool for purposes of the Commodity Exchange Act.
is the marketing agent for The ETFS White Metals Basket Trust, ETFS Precious Metals Basket Trust, ETFS Gold Trust, ETFS Silver Trust, ETFS Platinum Trust and ETFS Palladium Trust.
White metals basket: It is expected that WITE will appeal to those investors looking for a "one trade solution" to invest in all three precious metals as well as diversify their existing gold holdings
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Commenting on Friday's listing of the ETFS Physical White Metals Basket on NYSE ARCA, Fred Jheon, Head of Product and Business Development of ETFS Marketing LLC, said:
The new White Metals Basket ETF was developed in response to wealth managers looking to diversify beyond just gold holdings.