Nickel shows renewed life as LME metals rise
Dec 05, 2005 | 02:25 PM
| Rory Carroll
Nickel showed signs of life on the London Metal Exchange, with the previously foundering metal rising more than 3 percent Monday to reach its highest level since Oct. 3.Three-month nickel ended Monday's final kerb session at $13,350/$13,375 per tonne (bid/ask) after reaching $13,520/$13,525 at the close of the second ring. The price had fallen as low as $12,650 per tonne last week before rebounding late Friday to $13,200 thanks to a brief short-covering spike.....
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