CLOSE TO CLOSE: Base metals prices rangebound in LME kerb
May 21, 2012 | 12:02 PM
Base metals prices remained rangebound in kerb training on the London Metal Exchange on Monday May 21, as a lack of traditional market drivers caused traders to turn their attention to the G8 summit at Camp David in the USA.
Prices rose in early trading on bullish comments from the summit that suggested renewed efforts to maintain Greece’s position within the eurozone, as well as remarks from Chinese premier Wen Jiabao indicating that the government will increase its....
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