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August 6 LME metal inventory and write-off warehouse receipt data

Translation 04:37:13PM Aug 06, 2019 Source:Wenhua Finance and Economics
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

Changes in metal stocks in LME on 6 August

LME copper stocks decreased by 5300 tons and aluminum stocks by 2300 tons:

Changes in inventory in each specific warehouse

Copper stocks decreased by 5300 tons, mainly due to declines in Rotterdam and Busan stocks:

Aluminium stocks fell by 2300 tons, mainly due to a decline in inventories in Asia:

Lead stocks decreased by 125 tons, from Busan and Barcelona:

Zinc stocks fell by 625 tons, with New Orleans having the biggest decline:

Tin stocks increased by 50 tons, due to Barson's inventory growth:

Nickel stocks decreased by 798 tons as inventories in Asia continued to decline:

Changes in LME write-off warehouse receipts on 6 August

LME copper write-off warehouse receipts increased by 6.4%, and the proportion of write-off warehouse receipts increased to 10.32%:

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August 6 LME metal inventory and write-off warehouse receipt data

Translation 04:37:13PM Aug 06, 2019 Source:Wenhua Finance and Economics
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

Changes in metal stocks in LME on 6 August

LME copper stocks decreased by 5300 tons and aluminum stocks by 2300 tons:

Changes in inventory in each specific warehouse

Copper stocks decreased by 5300 tons, mainly due to declines in Rotterdam and Busan stocks:

Aluminium stocks fell by 2300 tons, mainly due to a decline in inventories in Asia:

Lead stocks decreased by 125 tons, from Busan and Barcelona:

Zinc stocks fell by 625 tons, with New Orleans having the biggest decline:

Tin stocks increased by 50 tons, due to Barson's inventory growth:

Nickel stocks decreased by 798 tons as inventories in Asia continued to decline:

Changes in LME write-off warehouse receipts on 6 August

LME copper write-off warehouse receipts increased by 6.4%, and the proportion of write-off warehouse receipts increased to 10.32%:

"Click to view SMM exclusive spot metal price historical data

Scan QR code and apply to join SMM metal exchange group, please indicate company + name + main business

 

Key Words:  LME  metal  inventory  warehouse receipt