LIVE FUTURES REPORT 09/06: LME prices broadly unchanged at close but nickel up 1%

Prices on the London Metal Exchange were mostly unchanged at the close of trading on Wednesday June 9, with futures contracts sticking to a consolidation phase at high levels so far this week.

Zinc’s three-month price, at $3,019.50 per tonne, was up b only $2.50 per tonne from Tuesday’s closing price, but was at its highest value at the 5pm close since June 2, when it closed at $3,082.50 per tonne.
The metal has, however, been around the $3,000 per tonne mark for the past month, meaning it has been trading at its highest levels since June 2018.

Similarly, tin’s price was down by $14 per tonne to $31,209 per tonne on Wednesday at the close, but was near its year-to-date peak of $31,470 per...

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Ana de Liz

June 09, 2021

16:55 GMT

London