Nickel’s three-month price showed the biggest increase in the base-metals complex on Thursday, up by 0.9% to $16,214 per tonne, back to the level seen at the start of the week. It had closed at $16,216 per tonne on Monday.
The stainless steel additive dropped by 1.65% to $15,948 per tonne on Tuesday, its lowest closing price in March, but has rebounded since.
Aluminium’s price was up to $2,225.50 per tonne from Wednesday’s reading of $2,212 per tonne, which had been down by 0.85% from Tuesday’s closing price.
Thursday’s slight increase...