Chinese zinc prices fall by nearly 5% in March
Apr 05, 2012 | 02:29 AM
Chinese zinc prices fell in March, as weak downstream demand offset the impact of tighter supply.
On the Shanghai Futures Exchange, the benchmark June zinc contract lost 4.9% in the month to close at 15,425 yuan ($2,440) per tonne on March 30.
On the Changjiang Nonferrous market, spot prices of zinc slid to 15,200-15,300 yuan per tonne in the last session of March, compared with 15,700-15,750 yuan per....
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