Tin Shipments Resume From Indonesia

Reuters reported tin prices may fall as Indonesia resumes tin shipments.

As quoted in the market news:

A resumption in tin shipments from Indonesia, the world’s top exporter, could weigh on prices that rallied more than 10 percent in September in part as markets responded to a halt in exports.

Refined tin exports gained 75 percent last month to 9,874.47 tonnes from 5,645.87 tonnes in August, a trade official said.

LME three-month tin ended 0.3 percent firmer at $21,900 per tonne.

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