the market is still worried about prospects for demand in China|how to solder copper fittings

 

 

 

* Dollar index from a four-year high of retreats
* United States ISM manufacturing index disappointed
* Weak manufacturing activity in Asia and Europe
Reuters, October 1-copper futures rebounded slightly from the 3.5-month low point on Wednesday, but still vulnerable to a stronger dollar, concerns about lacklustre demand in China and Hong Kong's volatile influence.
The London Metal Exchange (LME), three-month copper futures to close at 6,680 dollars per ton, up 0.19% US $ 6,637 earlier fell to the lowest level since June 13.
Data showed September United States after a slowdown in manufacturing growth in August, the dollar index recently hit a four-year high to drop slightly, bring copper prices some support.
Earlier, weaker manufacturing data released in many parts of Asia and Europe, puts the whole base metals market under pressure, nickel, Tin and aluminium have reached a low point a few months.
As investors expected United States mostly upbeat economic data, will make the Federal Reserve tightened monetary policy, the dollar will maintain its uptrend for the remainder of the year.
Hong Kong's democracy protests that entered its sixth day and disrupted global markets, is that the Chinese Government faces one of the biggest political challenge since the Tiananmen event.
September copper fell 4.5% in March, the worst monthly performance. Copper prices fell 5% in the third quarter so far this year, more than 9%.
China began a week-long national day holiday on Wednesday.
Other metals, three-month Tin closed at $ 20,345 per ton, up 0.17%, earlier fell to a 14-month low of $ 20,100.
Three-month nickel closed at 16,095 dollars per ton, down 1.26%, earlier fell to a six-month low of $ 15,869.
Three-month aluminum fell 1.89% to close at $ 1,923 a tonne, having earlier touched July low of $ 1,921.
Three-month lead slipped 0.29%, 2,093 dollars per ton. Three-month zinc fell to 0.79%, at $ 2,270 a tonne

 

* Dollar index from a four-year high of retreats

 

 

* United States ISM manufacturing index disappointed

 

 

* Weak manufacturing activity in Asia and Europe

 

 

Reuters, October 1-copper futures rebounded slightly from the 3.5-month low point on Wednesday, but still vulnerable to a stronger dollar, concerns about lacklustre demand in China and Hong Kong's volatile influence.

 

 

The London Metal Exchange (LME), three-month copper futures to close at 6,680 dollars per ton, up 0.19% US $ 6,637 earlier fell to the lowest level since June 13.

 

 

Data showed September United States after a slowdown in manufacturing growth in August, the dollar index recently hit a four-year high to drop slightly, bring copper prices some support.

 

 

Earlier, weaker manufacturing data released in many parts of Asia and Europe, puts the whole base metals market under pressure, nickel, Tin and aluminium have reached a low point a few months.

 

 

As investors expected United States mostly upbeat economic data, will make the Federal Reserve tightened monetary policy, the dollar will maintain its uptrend for the remainder of the year.

 

 

Hong Kong's democracy protests that entered its sixth day and disrupted global markets, is that the Chinese Government faces one of the biggest political challenge since the Tiananmen event.

 

 

September copper fell 4.5% in March, the worst monthly performance. Copper prices fell 5% in the third quarter so far this year, more than 9%.

 

 

China began a week-long national day holiday on Wednesday.

 

 

Other metals, three-month Tin closed at $ 20,345 per ton, up 0.17%, earlier fell to a 14-month low of $ 20,100.

 

 

 

 

 

Three-month nickel closed at 16,095 dollars per ton, down 1.26%, earlier fell to a six-month low of $ 15,869.

 

 

Three-month aluminum fell 1.89% to close at $ 1,923 a tonne, having earlier touched July low of $ 1,921.

 

 

Three-month lead slipped 0.29%, 2,093 dollars per ton. Three-month zinc fell to 0.79%, at $ 2,270 a tonne

 

 

 

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