Base metals are more precious by the week

An increase in the need for metals used in heavy industry is one of the first indications of a return to healthy growth, but is it more complicated than this?

Last week’s frantic trading in base metals is likely to make the industry’s global players reluctant to abandon desks for their annual gathering in London on MondayThose who do make it are expected to have one main topic of conversation: why are tin, copper, lead, zinc, aluminium and nickel so expensive at the moment and is the general base metals rally sustainable?

Read more at the Telegraph

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