LME zinc rises to four-year high as funds dance to Chinese tune
Dec 16, 2004 | 12:56 PM
Fund buying prompted by a surge in prices in China overnight pushed zinc to a four-year high in the official trading session at the London Metal Exchange Thursday.After opening at $1,200 per tonne, three-month metal ended the official session at $1,204 per tonne, up $20 from Wednesday and the first time three-month prices have breached $1,200....
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