LME nickel, lead prices upbeat; other base metals mixed with rallies paused

Base metals prices on the London Metal Exchange and the Shanghai Futures Exchange were mixed on the morning of Friday January 14, with only nickel and lead prices continuing to rise, while the rallies in the other metals seem to have paused.

Debt with sub-zero yields falls below $10 trillion in early January, down from $18 trillion at the end of 2020 Nasdaq 100 fell 2.5% on Thursday as US Fed officials turned more hawkish as they focus on inflation China’s exports climbed 21% in December, with imports up by 19.5% Base metals Three-month prices on the LME were mixed on Friday morning, so while lead ($2,358.50 per tonne) and nickel ($22,295 per tonne) pushed higher with gains of 0.4% and 0.5% respectively and tin was untraded, the other base metals were consolidating recent gains in high ground, with copper was off by 0.5% at $9,915.50 per tonne. The most-traded February base...

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William Adams

January 14, 2022

09:08 GMT

London