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London Metal Exchange copper prices were rangebound during Asian morning trading on Wednesday 4 March, as the market awaits key US and Chinese data.
The London Metal Exchange is calling on its members to make a careful assessment of the pros and cons of a potential cap or ban on rents in queues to ensure the market is comfortable that the balance is correct.
London Metal Exchange aluminium prices fell back below $1,800 per tonne in official trading on Tuesday March 3, on a more sober reflection of China’s economic health.
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