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Three-month base metals prices on the London Metal Exchange were up across the board with gains averaging 0.4% on the morning of Friday September 28. But this follows a general down day on Thursday, when the complex closed down by an average of 1%.This morning’s gains are ranged from little changed for aluminium and tin to up by 0.7% for nickel, with copper up by 0.4% at $6,205 per tonne.

Volume has been average with 5,686 lots traded as at 07:13am London time.In the precious metals, spot gold prices were off by 0.1% at $1,182.95 per oz, while the more industrial precious metals were up between 0.2% for silver and platinum prices and 0.4% for palladium prices. Thursday’s action was polarized with gold, silver and platinum down by an average of 1.1%, while palladium bucked the trend by rising 1.5%.

In China, the base metals prices were divergent with the November zinc, November lead and January tin contracts up by an average of 0.9%, while the November contracts for copper, aluminium and nickel were down by 0.4%, 0.9% and 1% respectively. The November copper contract was at 50,170 yuan ($) per tonne.

Spot copper prices in Changjiang were down by 0.5% at 50,140-50,380 yuan per tonne and the LME/Shanghai copper arbitrage ratio is firmer at 8.09, after 8.07 on Thursday.In other metals in China, the January iron ore contract on the Dalian Commodity Exchange was down by 1% at 494.50 yuan per tonne.

On the SHFE, the January steel rebar contract was down by 2.6%, while the December gold and silver contracts were down by 0.8% and 0.7% respectively.In wider markets, spot Brent crude oil prices were higher by 0.24% and were recently quoted at $81.48 per barrel. The yield on US 10-year treasuries has firmed to 3.0450%, having been as high as 3.1% on Wednesday. The German 10-year bund yield has weakened and was recently quoted at 0.4800%. The strength in the latter suggests safe-haven buying in Europe after Italy’s government agreed a higher budget, which will put it on collision course with Europe.


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