LME lifts suspension on New Orleans warrants
Nov 18, 2005 | 12:06 PM
| Paul Francis-Grey
The London Metal Exchange has lifted the suspension on warrants for 8,425 tonnes of zinc and 1,200 tonnes of aluminum in three New Orleans warehouses.The previously cancelled warrants will be good for delivery against LME contracts from the start of business Monday, the exchange announced Friday. The 337 zinc warrants and 48 aluminum warrants are for material stored in Henry Bath & Son Ltd. warehouses....
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