Tin Tumbles Nearly Four Percent

Reuters reported tin fell nearly four percent in trade on Monday on the London Metal Exchange.

As quoted in the market news:

Tin tumbled 3.9 percent to end at a near-one-month low of 20,450 a tonne, zinc lost 1.5 percent to finish at $1,856, lead fell 2.1 percent to $2,070, and nickel gave up 2.2 percent to $16,590, its weakest since Sept. 13.

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