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Nickel prices managed to cling on to levels above $16,000 during the kerb session on the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday October 1, after sinking below this in official trading.
Nickel prices plunged below $16,000 during official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday October 1, as Chinese participants left the market for the Golden Week holiday.
Two new acronyms have entered the lexicon: BQ (before Qingdao) and PQ (post Qingdao). How was the metal trade different BQ? And what is like PQ? Metal Bulletin's reporters make the comparison
In an exclusive interview, the head of Greek company Aluminium SA, Evangelos Mytilineos, tells Metal Bulletin how the company was pulled through the ravages of the global financial crisis.
UK-based voice and electronic dealer broker ICAP plans to submit a proposal to the London Bullion Market Assn (LBMA) to provide a solution for the administration of the London gold fix, the company said.
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CME copper volumes outstrip LME flows at times during Asian trading
The volume of outright copper futures traded on the USA-based CME exchange has at times surpassed the volume of similar contracts traded on the London Metal Exchange when the Asian market is active, according to figures seen by Metal Bulletin.
LORD COPPER: LME at liberty to rethink its approach to warehouse queues
The US court decision granting the LME immunity from anti-trust suits suggests the rent-capping or banning route to clearing warehouse queues could be put back on the agenda.
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