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Lead Market Morning Review (2015-9-14)

 Last Friday, LME lead started at USD 1,725.5/mt and then fluctuated around USD 1,725.5/mt during Asian trading hours. But the 3-month contract slid during European and US trading hours before ending down USD 22/mt or 1.27% at USD 1,704/mt. Trading volumes ...

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Lead Market Morning Review (2015-6-4)

LME lead opened at USD 1,914/mt during Asian trading hours and then hover between USD 1,925-1,930/mt. LME lead fell earlier and later rebounded due to weaker dollar during European trading hours. The metal jumped near the session’s end as longs entered market, ...

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Lead Market Morning Review (2015-6-3)

LME lead opened at USD 1,929.5/mt during Asian trading hours and touched USD 1,947/mt thanks to the PBOC’s issuing pledged supplementary lending (PSL) to China Development Bank. Later, LME lead fell backed to USD 1,930/mt after meeting resistance at the 5 and ...

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SHFE 1507 Lead Finishes down RMB 80/mt (May 25, 2015)

SHFE 1507 lead opened at RMB 13,270/mt last Friday evening and touched a low of RMB 13,180/mt, to end down RMB 135/mt at RMB 13,220/mt. LME market is suspended Monday and thus SHFE lead loses guide today. SHFE 1507 lead rose slightly ...

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SHFE Lead Ends Down RMB 205/mt at RMB 13,710/mt (Sept. 22, 2014)

Lead for November delivery on the Shanghai Futures Exchange, the most active contract, hovered last Friday between RMB 13,900-13,950/mt, and finished down RMB 15/mt. On Monday, nonferrous metals, energy, and precious metals all fell sharply since the latest Beidaihe meeting dashed market ...

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SHFE Lead Closes Down RMB 95/mt at RMB 13,835/mt as Bulls Exit Market (Sept. 11, 2014)

Lead for October delivery, the most active contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange, initially sank to RMB 13,710/mt, a low last seen in October 2011, but later followed LME lead up to close down RMB 40/mt at RMB 13,890/mt. On Thursday, SHFE ...

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