December 2016

EUROPEAN MORNING BRIEF 06/12: SHFE copper up; Lead rally; Ferro-chrome producers' demands

Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s offices in Asia, bringing the key news and market stories on Tuesday December 6.

Rolling LME/SHFE price report 06/12: SHFE copper rises on weaker dollar

Welcome to the rolling base metals price report, tracking the Shanghai Futures Exchange and London Metal Exchange markets on Tuesday December 6.

ASIA METALS: SHFE copper rises as longs return

Copper prices on the Shanghai Futures Exchange rose during Asian trading hours on Tuesday December 6 as longs returned to the market.

ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 06/12: Long-term copper negotiations continue in China; Peruvian production up; APT prices fall

The latest metal markets news and price moves for the start of the Asian day on Tuesday December 6.

Rolling LME/SHFE price report 05/12: LME UPDATE:LME CLOSE: Base metals prices close higher, money flows into market from funds

Welcome to the rolling base metals price report, tracking the Shanghai Futures Exchange and London Metal Exchange markets on Monday December 5.

PEOPLE MOVES: Akli steps down as Paranapanema’s ceo

Paranapanema’s ceo, Christophe Malik Akli, resigned from the company in late November, Metal Bulletin learned.

LME CLOSE: Base metals prices close higher, money flows into market

Base metals remained higher in afternoon trade on Monday, boosted by positive Chinese data and interest in commodities from funds.

PRICING NOTICE: How FastMarkets physical premiums will change after the acquisition by Metal Bulletin

FastMarkets’ editorial output and prices will be rebranded Metal Bulletin from January 3 2017 to reflect the recent change of ownership of the company.

LME UPDATE: Base metals prices climb as euro bounces off 21-month low

Base metals ramped up during LME trading on Monday December 5 as a stronger euro and the return of funds provided some lift.

Peru's copper production rises 38% in October

Peru’s copper production grew 37.7% year-on-year in October, boosted by higher volumes from mines such as Las Bambas and Cerro Verde.