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China Sees Declines in Nickel Ore Inventories after 50,000-tonne Rise, SMM Reports
Mar 28,2016 09:47CST
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Nickel ore inventories at six major Chinese ports fell last week after a 50,000-tonne rise, according to survey by Shanghai Metals Market.

SHANGHAI, Mar. 28 (SMM) – Nickel ore inventories at six major Chinese ports fell last week after a 50,000-tonne rise, according to survey by Shanghai Metals Market.

Nickel ore inventories at the six ports were down 210,000 tonnes last week, according to SMM data.

“The drop in port inventories is due mainly to pick-ups by domestic NPI producers,” SMM nickel analyst says.

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For week-on-week change in inventories at each port, please clickhttp://database.metal.com/Nickel/introduction_en#type2

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