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London, September 23: the London Metal Exchange (LME) copper futures closed down on Tuesday, do not fully recover the large swaths of land-lost in the previous session.
LME mixed trading in the afternoon at the end of 3-month copper futures contract fell 0.08% per tonne, 6,715.00 US dollars.
While copper futures early Monday continued to fall on Tuesday rebounded strongly, but Lou Jiwei, China's Finance Minister, said that China will not launch further stimulus measures, copper futures rebounded along with trailing, however only.
Standard Bank plc (Standard Bank) analyst Leon Westgate, said Eve copper futures rally, but at present basic level fluctuated Monday afternoon, did not rise further.
Other base metals, aluminium prices fell 0.5%, from 1,966.00 dollars; zinc prices rose 0.6%, per tonne, 2,254. $ 00; lead prices rose 0.3%, per tonne, 2,071.00 dollars; the price of Tin rose 0.1%, tonne 21,175.00 US dollars.

London, September 23: the London Metal Exchange (LME) copper futures closed down on Tuesday, do not fully recover the large swaths of land-lost in the previous session.

 

LME mixed trading in the afternoon at the end of 3-month copper futures contract fell 0.08% per tonne, 6,715.00 US dollars.

 

 

While copper futures early Monday continued to fall on Tuesday rebounded strongly, but Lou Jiwei, China's Finance Minister, said that China will not launch further stimulus measures, copper futures rebounded along with trailing, however only.

 

 

Standard Bank plc (Standard Bank) analyst Leon Westgate, said Eve copper futures rally, but at present basic level fluctuated Monday afternoon, did not rise further.

 

 

Other base metals, aluminium prices fell 0.5%, from 1,966.00 dollars; zinc prices rose 0.6%, per tonne, 2,254. $ 00; lead prices rose 0.3%, per tonne, 2,071.00 dollars; the price of Tin rose 0.1%, tonne 21,175.00 US dollars.

 

 

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