Reuters reported that tin has been considered the best performing metal so far this year, rising at 22%.
As quoted in the market news:
“In other metals, three-month tin hit its highest since mid-March at $23,847. It fell back to finish at $23,500, down slightly on Tuesday’s close of $23,525 a tonne. Tin has been the top performer of the base metals this year, up 22 percent, and has been streaking ahead of the second-best performer, lead, which has gained almost 14 percent. “
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