Tin Falls 4.5 Percent On London Metal Exchange

Reuters reported London Metal Exchange tin fell 4.5 percent on Thursday as a firmer dollar triggered a bout of chart-based selling in the metal.

As quoted in the market news:

LME tin dropped to $20,441 a tonne, its lowest in a week, before recovering to $20,500 a tonne at 0650 GMT, down from a close at $21,400 a tonne on Wednesday.

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