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Nickel prices closed at a six-year low of $13,285 per tonne after kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange on Friday March 27.
Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s Asia offices. Here are the key news and prices to start your Friday, March 27.
Copper prices consolidated the day’s gains in kerb trading on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday March 26, closing higher than Wednesday due to supply interruptions and a stronger euro.
Copper prices gained almost $100 on their open in official trading on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday March 26, boosted by a stronger euro, supply interruptions and rising prices for various commodities.
Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s Asian offices. Here is a summary of news to start your day…
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