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LME-PRICES

Lme Index (21/11/17) 3238.4
LME-PRICES (21/11/17)
Cash Ask Cash Bid 3m Ask 3m Bid 15m Ask 15m Bid
Copper 6828 6827 6861 6860
Aluminium 2062 2060 2080 2078
Nickel 11605 11600 11690 11675
Zinc 3205.5 3205 3173 3172
Lead 2460.5 2460 2470 2468
Tin 19550 19525 19405 19400 19035 18985
Sec.AL 1845 1835 1860 1850
Steel 1 0.5 1 0.5 1 0.5
Cobalt 61000 60500 61000 60500 61250 60250
Molybdenum 16000 15500 16000 15500 16730 15730
Warehouse stocks (21/11/17)
opening stock live warrants cancelled warrants
Copper 241400 138975 95400
Aluminium 1150875 908175 233525
Nickel 379890 244182 135096
Zinc 225250 164350 59675
Lead 145800 101000 45875
Tin 2220 1990 220
Sec.AL 12120 12120 0
Steel
Cobalt 729 655 74
Molybdenum 0 0 0
exhange rate settlements (21/11/17)
exchange rate
EUR 1.1717
GBP 1.3241
JPY
Asian benchmark prices (21/11/17)
price
Copper 6827.5
Aluminium 2077.9
Nickel
Zinc 3161.5
Lead
Tin
Sec.AL
Steel
Cobalt
Molybdenum

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London Metal Exchange pricing

“LME setting the global standard”

The London Metal Exchange was founded in the year 1877, but has a history from the year 1571. LME is now the world’s leading market for non-ferrous metals. LME prices are very important for companies who trade in these metals.
 The owner is LME Holdings Limited and is located at Leadenhall Street, City of London, United Kingdom.
 The London Metal Exchange started with copper and very soon lead and zinc followed. After that the trade was extended with aluminium and other metals.
 About $US 11.6 trillion annually is the total value of the trade. 
For commodities most of the deals are made to be delivered in three month’s time. This is an old custom that goes back in time because copper cargoes needed a 3 month’s journey to deliver the copper from Chile.

LME offers futures and options various contracts for aluminium, copper, tin, nickel, zinc, lead, aluminium, alloy, NASAAC (North American Special Aluminium Alloy), steel billet, cobalt and molybdenum. 
Contrary to other exchanges the trade is still in the ring. The LME is in Europe the last exchange where open-outcry trading take place. The prices are based on supply and demand. 
LME has so-called Ring Dealing Members. Only these Ring Dealing Members are entitled to enter the ring and trade during the ring-trading sessions. 
There are twelve companies, who have the exclusive right to trade in the ring.

All companies who work with metals know the phenomena that prices can strongly fluctuate. This fluctuations depend not only from supply and demand but also from expectations and sentiments in the financial world. These prices are often unpredictable and have a big influence on profits of companies. LME offers as well buyers as sellers the opportunity to hedge their material price risk and have protection further future fluctuation in prices.

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