Base metal prices dip in LME officials as traders fret about growth
Dec 12, 2011 | 08:51 AM
Base metal prices were all hovering around the morning’s lows during Monday’s official session on the London Metal Exchange, as a lack of headlines out of Europe left trading subdued.
Aluminium prices settled at $2,030/30.50 per tonne, basis three months, and were holding at $2,029.50 per tonne at 13.41 GMT, just $6 above the intraday low set in the pre-market session.
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