LIVE FUTURES REPORT 10/11: LME tin price bucks sideways trend to close down; Al up 1.3%

Tin was the LME outlier on Tuesday November 10, with its price down 0.02% from Monday's close - when markets were boosted by Joe Biden's success in the US election and news of an effective vaccine against Covid-19 emerged.

All other LME base metals closed up on the previous day's afternoon kerb on Tuesday, with most prices across the complex rangebound following a rally the previous day. But the cash/three-month tin price stood at $18,280 at 5pm on Tuesday compared with Monday's close of $18,285. The tin market continues to be held in tight hands, with total stocks at 4415 tonnes at November 10. A 35-tonne fresh inflow of the galvanizing metal...

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Ana de Liz

November 10, 2020

18:57 GMT