Aluminium Went Down During Profit Booking

In yesterday’s trading session, aluminium prices saw a slight decrease of -0.2%, ultimately finishing at 223.3. This dip was ascribed to profit bookings after recent increases, which were especially reinforced by higher premiums in Japan. Stronger-than-expected economic statistics out of China also helped the market, allaying worries about declining demand from the largest consumer in…

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Aluminium gains on concerns over the slow recovery in production in China’s Yunnan

Aluminium prices rose 0.36% Tuesday, finishing at 207.7, on concerns about the slow rebound in production in China’s Yunnan province. However, the upside was limited due to softer domestic monetary policy expectations and a stronger dollar. Investors remained cautious, anticipating signs of a resurgence in demand from China, the world’s largest metals buyer. Worries about…

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As the market considered the seasonal increase in demand, aluminium gained.

The previous session saw an increase in aluminium prices of 0.17%, finishing at 204.3, as the market anticipated seasonally increased demand. Gains were, nevertheless, restrained by abundant supplies from China, the world’s largest aluminium manufacturer. Notwithstanding worries about China’s rising inventory levels, analysts speculate that the rise may be a seasonal occurrence ahead of the…

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Aluminium dropped as evidence of weak demand countered earlier supply-reduction measures

The price of aluminium fell by -0.64%, finishing at 195.1, indicating that demand was still muted in spite of earlier efforts to reduce supply. Key industries that used aluminium were negatively impacted by the global economic downturn, restrictive borrowing rates set by central banks, and the debt problem in Chinese real estate. The global downturns…

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Aluminium decreased in October despite a 3.9% year-over-year increase in worldwide output

As worldwide primary aluminium output climbed 3.9% YoY to 6.116 million tonnes in October, prices for the metal stayed stable at 203.45, according to figures from the International Aluminium Institute (IAI). China’s main imports of aluminium from January to October increased 173% year over year to 1.17 million metric tons, while exports fell 41.19% to…

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