Bloomberg reported that tin stockpiles, which are being monitored by the London Metal Exchange, climbed to 1.5%, the highest so far since June 6.
As quoted in the market news:
“Most of the gain was from deliveries to Port Klang and Johor, Malaysia, according to data from the LME today. Tin stockpiles have climbed 4.6 percent this year. Lead stockpiles dropped 1.3 percent to 323,400 tons, the lowest since Nov. 8, on declines in Port Klang and Johor, according to the exchange.”
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