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Metal Bulletin's editor Alex Harrison looks back over the main stories of the week.
Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s Asian offices. Here is a summary of morning news from this part of the world.
London Metal Exchange copper prices moved slightly higher during Asian morning trading on Friday October 31 thanks to robust data from the US, although gains were capped by a stronger dollar.
Brazilian miner Vale expects nickel prices to increase going forward, as Chinese stocks are bound to continue diminishing and Philippines' exports to the country should drop during the rainy season.
Good morning from Metal Bulletin's London office, bringing you up to date with the key news and price moves in the metal markets at the start of the day in Asia.
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