Monday, 15 December 2014

International live Metals News and Pricing

Aluminum closed on a weaker note last week declining by around 2.37% to settle at $1941 MT. This downfall could be attributed to the weak global economic cues especially with China lowering its growth forecast for 2015.

Copper climbed up to settle at $6490 MT, up by $39 or 0.6% from its last week’s close. The continuous decline in the metal was put to a halt even though the economic data from China.

Nickel declined by around 1.2% and settled at $16600 MT last week. Fundamentally the metal seemed to have been running out on its appeal for the investors as the cancelled warrants declined more than 6.5% during the week.
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