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Metal Bulletin reviews some of the key news from the past five days in the metals markets.
Welcome to the rolling base metals price report, tracking the Shanghai Futures Exchange and London Metal Exchange markets on November 27.
The latest news from the metal markets to start the day in North America on Friday November 27.
Eight major Chinese nickel producers have announced a joint production cut of 15,000 tonnes of nickel metal in December, according to a joint statement by the eight smelters late on Friday.
BHP has offered 2016 annual treatment and refining charges for copper concentrates to Asian buyers at $86 per dry metric tonne and 8.6 cents per lb, sources told Metal Bulletin.
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