Industrial metals firmer as Brexit fears ease, safe-havens see profit taking

Industrial metals firmer as Brexit fears ease, safe-havens see profit taking

The metals ranged between looking weak, staying in consolidation mode or being bullish on Friday, with zinc off 0.8 percent, lead down 0.1 percent,  copper was up 0.1 percent at $4,550, tin was unchanged, while nickel was up 1.8 percent and aluminium was up 0.5 percent. Precious metals were mixed too with bullion prices firmer while the PGMs were weaker. Gold and silver closed up around 1.3 percent with gold prices at $1,298.45, while the PGMS were off 0.4 percent. Read more at fastmarkets.com

2016-06-20 10:00