sexta-feira, 18 de agosto, 2017

Copper advances with speculative purchases and weak dollar

Copper futures operate on high light in London and New York, in the midst of a speculative movement and the weakness of the dollar. Around 7:30 (Eastern), copper for three months traded on the London Metal Exchange (LME) rose 0.35%, to $ $6,495.00 per tonne. On Comex metals Division of the stock exchange of New York (Nymex), copper with delivery in September had 0.05% high, $ $2.9395 per pound, at 8:22 (Eastern). According to Marex Spectron, copper prices are sustained by speculative purchases. In addition, the DXY dollar index weakens in the morning, making copper more attractive to investors using other currencies. Among other metals on the LME, the trend also was positive: zinc advanced 2.18 percent in the time indicated above, the $ $3,117.50 per tonne; aluminum climbed 0.77%, to $ $2,082.50 per tonne; the Tin increased 0.40%, to $ $20,280.00 per tonne; the nickel high of 1.31%, showed off the $ $10,815.00 per tonne; and the lead was 0.77 percent gain, to $ $2,426.50 per tonne.
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