Metals Prices Rise As US Dollar Weakens

Reuters reports that metals rebounded as the US dollar fell and China demand for metals remains high.

The market news is quoted as saying,

Lead and zinc also hit their highest since mid-April.     Zinc, used in galvanizing was $2,471 in rings from $2,431 a tonne, having earlier hit $2,482. Battery material lead was at $2,762  from $2,730 a tonne, having hit $2,779 a tonne. Aluminium was $2,512 a tonne from$2,495.

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