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Latest news and prices from Metal Bulletin ahead of the market opening on Tuesday April 21.
Welcome to the rolling London Metal Exchange base metals price report for Monday April 20. This article will be updated throughout the day with the latest pricing information, economic data, news, comment and analysis.
London Metal Exchange warehousing company CWT Commodities has agreed to pay a £100,000 ($149,534) fine for violating Chinese wall information restrictions, the exchange told members.
Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s offices in Asia. Here is a summary of key news to start your day…
Tin prices hit a five-year low on the London Metal Exchange on Friday April 17, sparking widespread consternation among traders as the price swung wildly between $13,600 and $15,300 during the London day.
WEEK IN BRIEF: Qingdao case; China's bonded stocks; electronic trading on LME
At the end of another busy week in the Metal Bulletin newsroom, editor Alex Harrison takes a look back at some of the key stories.
LME ELECTRONIC TRADING: Focus on monthly dates is a gamble – Overlander
Michael Overlander, ceo of Sucden Financial, warns that the LME's introduction of monthly-date trading is a gamble, which could see competing exchanges sweep up business.
LME ELECTRONIC TRADING: Our route to ramped-up monthly liquidity – LME’s Matt Chamberlain
The LME's objective is to capture the potential of monthly-date trading without disturbing its market structure, says Matt Chamberlain, the exchange's head of business development.
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