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Aluminium and zinc prices were trading sideways on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday August 21, after being led higher by US equity markets a day earlier.
The Las Bambas acquisition gives MMG the leverage to become China’s top copper producer, even as operational and market volatility-related risks remain for the project, according to Credit Suisse analysts.
Morning from Asia. Here's a summary of the main pieces of news, data and pricing so far today.
Miner MMG has appointed Jiao Jian as its chairman, with predecessor Wang Lixin resigning from the position following his appointment last month as chairman of the company’s South American operations.
Miner MMG, majority owned by China Minmetals, posted a 21% year-on-year increase in core earnings in the half year to June 30 on reduced operating expenses and higher copper output and sales.
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.
ASIAN MORNING BRIEF: Key metal stories to start August 19
Metal Bulletin has wrapped up some of the key stories from the metal markets to get you off to a good start on Tuesday August 19.
WEEK IN BRIEF: Banks' roles in commodities; LME data and initial margins under LME Clear; Rio results; Brazil aluminium
It was another busy week for the Metal Bulletin journalists, with the LME, market movements and banks’ positions in commodity markets catching our attention.
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