LIVE FUTURES REPORT 02/04: Most metal prices fall on macroeconomic headwinds

Nickel was the standout performer among base metals in trading on the London Metal Exchange on Tuesday April 2, with an increase of $35 per tonne making it the only base metal not to show a fall.

Tin was one of the worst performers, with its price going down by $220 per tonne to $21,200 per tonne in Tuesday trading. The price of lead fell by $20.50 per tonne to $1,990.50 per tonne, making it one of the...

Published

Justin Yang

April 02, 2019

18:55 GMT

London