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Results of monitoring of nonferrous metal prices at world commodity exchanges (September 2011) printer friendly RSS facebook
06.10.2011 | 15:53 | Department for the Government Foreign Trade Policy

In execution of Sub-Item 1 of Item 4 of the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated May 28, 2008, No. On calculation of the value of the exported alloy ferrous metals scrap, non-ferrous metals scrap and semi-finished products with their use and introduction of changes to the registration Procedure of foreign economic contracts (agreements) for carrying out export operations with scrap metal, following the results of price monitoring of non-ferrous metals at the world exchanges, we would like to advise about the average level of prices for some metals:

 

1.                    Average price levels for non-ferrous metals at the London Metal Exchange in September 2011 are as follows, USD/.

 

No.

 

Name

 

Price, USD/

1.

 

Aluminum alloy 380.1

2,276.94

2.

 

Primary Aluminum

2,314.39

3.

 

Copper

8,324.57

4.

 

Lead

2,289.42

5.

 

Nickel

20,405.00

6.

 

Tin

22,652.73

7.

Zinc

2,088.00

 

2. New York Mercantile Exchange

 

The New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) is trading in copper futures. According to available information, the copper quotes are set at a level of 6,746.44 USD/MT (November 2011) and 6,767.38 USD/MT (December 2011). The information is not available for primary aluminum in this period.

 

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