Base Metals Gain as EU Debt Hopes Increase Risk Trade

- November 28th, 2011

Reuters Africa reported base metals rose amid hopes that euro zone leaders would unveil concrete measures to deal with the region’s debt crisis.

Reuters Africa reported base metals rose amid hopes that euro zone leaders would unveil concrete measures to deal with the region’s debt crisis.

As quoted in the market news:

Soldering metal tin finished at $20,850 a tonne up from a previous close of $20,700, with cash tin trading at a premium of $25 a tonne to the three-month benchmark.

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