Thursday, 20 November 2014

Base Metals Update in Commodity Market

Copper rose on Wednesday, supported by signs of physical supply tightness and hopes for another wave of stimulus in Japan and Europe. Longer term however, the market is still expected to move into surplus next year, with analysts polled by Reuters in October pegging the excess supply versus demand at 350,000 tonnes next year.

Nickel was the biggest LME mover, closing 3.2 percent higher at $16,145, having earlier hit its highest level in a month at $16,300, as some investors bet on shortages developing next year.

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