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Aluminium and zinc prices rose during kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange on Tuesday September 2, supported by CTA buying and declining stocks.
Nyrstar has announced plans to raise almost $800 million through new shares and notes offerings, boosting its share price as much as 9%. What happened, why does it matter, and what happens next?
Base metals prices drifted generally downwards during official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Tuesday September 2, as weaker precious metal prices capped any gains across the complex.
Good Morning from Metal Bulletin’s Asia offices. Here is a summary of news to start your day.
London Metal Exchange copper bounced back on Tuesday September 2 on China’s prospects of easing measures.
ASIAN MORNING BRIEF: Key stories on September 2
Here are some of the key stories from the past 12 hours to get you off to a good start on September 2.
COMMENT: Comrade Xiaoping, author of the supercycle
It’s Deng Xiaoping day in China.
Not officially, but the former paramount leader who masterminded China’s modernisation would have been celebrating his 110th birthday on August 22, and the anniversary has put state media into eulogy overdrive.
HOTTER ON METALS: Digging out of Jackson Hole
The annual Jackson Hole meeting kicks off this week, with a very diverse economic backdrop facing attendees.
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