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Today's news: no more layoffs at Chilean copper mines during the epidemic * rebound in electrolytic cobalt prices * Saudi Arabia "voluntarily" cut production by an additional 1 million barrels a day
May 12,2020 09:22CST
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Macro news

Li Keqiang: strengthening Macro-Control and Policy Adjustment should focus on six Stability and six guarantees

New York Fed survey: us consumer expectations fall to "freezing point" in April

Metal news

[SMM analysis] can the sustained strong concussion of tin in Shanghai recover the land lost since mid-March?

Rebound of Electrolytic Cobalt Price [SMM Analysis] Cobalt Sulfate Price is expected to be corrected in the short term

[SMM Analysis] the spot price of stainless steel rises synchronously and pays attention to the sustainability of future demand.

[SMM Analysis] Steel futures prices have fallen slightly but the rebound phase has not yet come to an end

[SMM thread] production schedule "soared" 15.24% in May, but the spot price still has a shot.

Chilean Minister of Mining: no layoffs at Chilean copper mines during the epidemic

Under the influence of various factors, spot gold trading volume fell sharply in April.

 

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