By Clare Black LONDON, March 26 (Reuters) - Palladium prices, which have lost 50 percent of their value over the last year, will remain depressed for some time to come, hit by oversupply and low demand from car manufacturers, analysts said on Wednesday. Prices of the precious metal , used mainly to clean car exhaust emissions but also in the dental and electronics sector, held just above 5-1/4 year lows at $195 an ounce on Wednesday morning, not far from Tuesday's low of $183. The ...
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