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On the LME markets it’s been a steady week other than Copper which is down 3.5%. The AUD/USD is currently at 76.52 up from last week’s 75.28.   * * * WEEK IN REVIEW: All about the base – London, 5 August (Argus) * *…


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Thankfully we have started the week with a resolution to the Federal election which combined Australia’s longest campaign with the longest count duration. Elsewhere uncertainty remains in Europe with Brexit, and the LME commodity markets continue to drift along sidewards until the political and economic…


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Metals this week so far have seen some improvements with investors looking to avert risk in commodities. Although positive for our prices this week – these haven’t directly translated into local  price improvements due to a spike in AUDUSD.  With US Markets closed for Independence Day…


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The retail punting on Chinese steel and rebar future markets was looking shaky and no surprise that both commodities had their worse week on record with a weekly fall of 12%. These two items have now unwound 80% of their recent rally which we hope…


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On the markets it’s been a strong week for copper and aluminium with the USD Prices rising 4.2% and 6.1% respectively. There have been numerous explanations given, including prices been driven by speculation by the retail future traders (gamblers) and/or perceived improved world economic conditions.…


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Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the first campaign that led to major casualties for Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.  Australians and New Zealanders recognise 25 April as a ceremonial occasion to reflect on the cost of war and to…


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In the LME markets, Copper has had a weak 5 days dropping 2.5%, whilst Aluminium rose 3.4%. The AUD/USD exchange rate is currently at 76.04 up from last week’s level of 75.4. Newspaper reports refer to the weak oil prices, fragile global growth front and…


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Newsletter – Weak manufacturing data from China

On Monday it was a familiar story out of China with weak economic data in the form of the Purchasing Managers Index readings. A reading below 50 implies contraction and no surprise it came in at 48.6. This caused LME prices to slightly fall but…


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Newletter – Slight rises in LME copper

On the markets we have enjoyed some slight rises in LME copper although the rising AUD/USD has kept a lid on the Australian dollar prices. The AUD/USD is now trading at just over 70 cents. There is little in the way of fundamental supply-and-demand data…


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Newsletter – Copper and Aluminium calm throughout last week

Fortunately for all of us, the biggest talking point in the last week has been the price of Oil which fell to a fresh 12 year low overnight. Whilst we haven’t quite noticed the price of unleaded petrol falling at the local servo quite as…


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