China's lead prices fall 5% in May on eurozone fears
Jun 06, 2012 | 12:38 AM
Chinese lead prices fell 5% in May, as concerns over the eurozone debt crisis weighed on prices.
On the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE), the benchmark July lead contract lost 805 yuan ($133) over the month to stand at 15,030 yuan on May 31.
“The rising possibility that Greece may quit the eurozone, combined with the bank crisis in Spain, have led to more and more concerns about the eurozone, as you can see from big falls in London Metal Exchange....
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