Cooperation, not competition, is the goal in the London Metal Exchange’s interactions with its industry peer the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE), according to the LME ceo.
Copper prices sank further in official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Wednesday March 12, as technical responses to earlier falls aggravated the downward movement.
An online briefing on Metal Bulletin’s prices, their specifications and their applications, including what purposes they serve, as well as the methodologies and specifications that Metal Bulletin uses to produce its prices.
China’s largest nickel producer Jinchuan raised its benchmark nickel price on Wednesday March 12, tracking the metal’s gains on the London Metal Exchange.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate on promoting the development of commodities markets in China and Singapore.
HOTTER ON METALS: Credit’s shake, rattle & roll
London Metal Exchange credit models are rapidly evolving as regulatory requirements start to shake up the existing system.
SPOTLIGHT: Indonesia's ore export ban – the effects and implications
The Indonesian ore export ban kicked in at midnight on January 12. Here, Metal Bulletin offers an overview of how it is being implemented and the ramifications.
2014 FORECAST: Nickel ripe for Q1 recovery
Nickel prices have a good chance of recovery in the first quarter of 2014 as the market starts to price in the Indonesian export ban and demand stirs, industry participants told Metal Bulletin.
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