LIVE FUTURES REPORT 11/06: Zinc, lead rise 1%; all LME metals up

Zinc and lead made the biggest gains on June 11 morning amid a low dollar index following the inflation readings released on Thursday and comments from trading house Trafigura lending support to all metals at the end of the week.

LME three-month zinc hit $3,040 per tonne on Friday at 9am, from $2,995 per tonne at Thursday's close, while LME three-month lead was back above the $2,200-per-tonne psychological level and rose by 1.5% to $2,207 per tonne on Friday from $2,174.50 per tonne. 

LME copper’s price was also up nearly 1% on Friday at 9am to $9,985.50 per tonne from $9,890 per tonne at 5pm on Thursday, after touching $10,032 per tonne during morning trading.


Ana de Liz

June 11, 2021

09:10 GMT