[SMM News] Brexit has dealt a blow to sterling's overall decline in the non-ferrous external market.-Shanghai Metals Market

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[SMM News] Brexit has dealt a blow to sterling's overall decline in the non-ferrous external market.

Translation 03:11:19PM May 22, 2019 Source:SMM
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SMM5 22 news: affected by the Brexit news, the pound fell again short-term, the current pound against the dollar has fallen below 1.27, the last 13 trading days only two trading days reluctantly rose. British Prime Minister Theresa May had previously promised to submit the Brexit bill to Parliament in June. Today, a spokesman for the opposition Labour Party said that it would be wise for the Prime Minister not to submit her Brexit agreement to Parliament for a vote. Her Brexit deal is too weak. The spokesman said British Prime Minister Theresa May should withdraw her agreement and address Labour's concerns about close economic relations and public voting between the UK and the EU.

The dollar rose slightly again, depressing the metals market, LME metals fell across the board, the army was wiped out, Lun Zn and Lun Ni fell more than 1%, Lun Tin and Lun Copper fell 0.7%, Lun Al and Lun lead fell 0.3%.

Key Words:  Pounds  Britain  Brexit  dollars 

[SMM News] Brexit has dealt a blow to sterling's overall decline in the non-ferrous external market.

Translation 03:11:19PM May 22, 2019 Source:SMM
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM5 22 news: affected by the Brexit news, the pound fell again short-term, the current pound against the dollar has fallen below 1.27, the last 13 trading days only two trading days reluctantly rose. British Prime Minister Theresa May had previously promised to submit the Brexit bill to Parliament in June. Today, a spokesman for the opposition Labour Party said that it would be wise for the Prime Minister not to submit her Brexit agreement to Parliament for a vote. Her Brexit deal is too weak. The spokesman said British Prime Minister Theresa May should withdraw her agreement and address Labour's concerns about close economic relations and public voting between the UK and the EU.

The dollar rose slightly again, depressing the metals market, LME metals fell across the board, the army was wiped out, Lun Zn and Lun Ni fell more than 1%, Lun Tin and Lun Copper fell 0.7%, Lun Al and Lun lead fell 0.3%.

Key Words:  Pounds  Britain  Brexit  dollars