Thursday, 11 December 2014

Mcx Market Base Metals Report

Copper futures fell the most in a week on concern that demand is ebbing in China, the world’s top consumer of industrial metals. China’s producer-price index in November fell 2.7 percent from a year earlier, government data showed today. The record 33rd straight decline was the biggest since mid-2013. Copper has dropped 15 percent this year, heading for a consecutive annual decline for the first time since 2001.

Nickel commodity also traded down along with other metals drop and ended the day at $16325 down by 1.30% from its previous close. This morning nickel is seen trading up by $42 from its previous close.

Both lead and zinc traded down but the loss in Zinc was more prominent to lead. Hence, the suggested spread between the two commodities has moved in the favor as expected. We believe still the same scenario could be developed where in continue to sell zinc and buy lead for the day.
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