Overview of LME Metals

London, Sept 29 (Reuters) – London Metal Exchange (LME) copper futures ended lower on Tuesday as lME-registered warehouse stocks jumped, but a weaker DOLLAR limited losses as the market awaited manufacturing data from top consumer China.


LME copper for three-month delivery rose $7, or 0.11 percent, to settle at $6,579.00 a tonne at 17:00 London time.Copper prices have fallen nearly 5% since hitting a 27-month high of $6,877.50 this month.


September 29 LME Base Metal Closing Quotation (USD/ton)

Post time: Sep-29-2020

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