LIVE FUTURES REPORT 14/03: Nickel down 2%; copper lower on major Rotterdam inflow

The prices for nickel and copper were the poorest performers in trading on the London Metal Exchange on Thursday March 14, Fastmarkets has heard.

Weaker data on China’s industry drove the LME three-month nickel price down by 2.2% to $13,185 per tonne at the close of trading. “The January-February combined data on Chinese industrial production, retail sales and fixed asset investment failed to provide the base metals complex with sufficient catalyst to continue [to...

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Justin Yang

March 14, 2019

18:28 GMT

London