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After a one-month consultation period, Fastmarkets has amended the timing specifications for its assessment of Italian SHG (special high grade) zinc premiums.
Copper’s price is trading at all-time highs - and now the countries where it is mined the most want a piece of the action.
China’s import premiums for copper cathode are in free fall, and market sentiment remained very low in current unfavorable import condition. Premiums in other regions held unmoved.
Fastmarkets will, on Wednesday April 21, launch a weekly price assessment for the zinc SHG ingots in-warehouse Southeast Asia warrant premium.
Base metals prices on the London Metal Exchange were largely trading sideways during the morning session on Tuesday April 13, after decreases across the board on Monday due to warnings out of China about rising commodity prices.
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