The intricate dance of base metals pricing continues, influenced by China’s economic stimulus efforts.

The three-month copper trading on the London Metal Exchange (LME) extended its losses over the course of three days, slipping by 1.9% to $8,323 per metric ton during official open-outcry trading.

Copper Shines Amidst Currency Shifts and Stimulus Measures

Green Economy Propels Copper’s Resilience

Long-term prospects for copper remain robust, propelled by mounting demand fuelled by renewable energy.

Despite recent lateral trading, tin prices are poised to exceed $30,000 per tonne in the coming months.

Tin’s Promising Surge Ahead

Chinese smelters’ high utilization rates prompt a fundamental revision of global demand growth projections.

Zinc’s Reassessment Amidst Economic Slowdown