Nickel prices move higher on Indonesia’s ban
Feb 10, 2014 | 12:38 PM
| Chloe Smith
LONDON Nickel prices climbed to their highest level in nearly two weeks amid expectations that the Indonesian ore export ban will tighten supplies and drive further gains.
The London Metal Exchanges three-month contract closed the official session Feb. 10 at $14,305 per tonne ($6.49 per pound), up 4.1 percent from $13,745 per tonne ($6.23 per pound) at the end of January.....
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