July 21, 2017




Lme Inventory

 LME INVENTORY DATA  AND REPORTS Date :  21 – July

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Aluminium -4225-6450-8125
Copper+1975-1200-1425
Lead-950-575-875
Nickel+1416+1182-384
Tin+30+160+40
Zinc-1450-1100-875
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Today LME Inventory : Aluminium  Copper    Lead   Nickel   Tin    Zinc

Lme Inventory LME Inventory Reports Contains Previous Day Closing Stock of Commodities

Lme Inventory

Above  are the Updated LME Inventory Today Report. Here is Todays MCX LME INVENTORY LEVEL.Latest LME  inventories Updates For Base metal  Aluminium LME Copper LME Nickel LME  lead LME And also Zinc LME Update.   Declaration :  Here LME Report is for Information purposes only and is not associated with Official LME or CME. This Data is Not Live This is Expired Old Previous Day Data and this must be known to all. We are Not responsible for any data error.

The LME is a meeting place of buyers and sellers of metal futures. It provides producers and consumers of metal around the world with the best way to manage their exposure to the risk created by metal price volatility.

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  • MCX to use LME prices for futures settlement.

London Metal Exchange (LME) has signed a licensing agreement with the Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), according to which MCX would use the current prevailing prices on the LME for settling future contracts.

The agreement, signed for three years now, would be renewed depending upon the response from Indian traders.

Under this agreement MCX would flag off future contracts for aluminium, tin and nickel in small lots sizes of 1 metric tonne and would probably expand its wings to other metals in future.

Pricing of these commodities would be quoted in rupee term. “This is the first time LME has signed any such agreement outside United Kingdom and LME is confident of its overwhelming response from Indian traders,” said Simon Heale, chief executive, LME.

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