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July 7th SMM Foreign Copper Premium Express: import demand is difficult to improve. Buyers and sellers are in a stalemate.
Jul 7,2020 14:03CST
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July 7, 2020: today's warehouse receipt quotation is $85mur100 / ton, the average price is the same as the previous day; the bill of lading quotation is $76mur87 / ton, the average price is the same as the previous day, QP August. LME0-3 has a premium of US $6.75 per tonne, with an import loss of around 250RMB per tonne.

Today, the imported copper market is limited by deserted demand and low activity. The number of offers made by the consignors is limited, and because they expect the price to pick up and are unwilling to lower the price, the price quoted by the second license bill of lading arrived at the end of July and the beginning of August is basically more than 90 US dollars / ton. But the buyer intends to reduce the price, and the counter-offer price is about 85 US dollars / ton. The price gap between buyers and sellers is difficult to close, resulting in a stalemate in the market. The warehouse has not heard of the deal in the morning, and the price remains unchanged for the time being. At present, LME presents a cargo premium structure, and some traders say that recently, most of the goods arriving in Hong Kong are directly declared for import without entering the bonded warehouse, and the increase in bonded warehouse inventory is expected to be limited this week.

At present, the transaction price of fire good copper warehouse receipt is around US $100 / ton, mainstream fire method is US $95 / ton, wet method is 85 yuan / ton, good copper bill of lading is US $87 / ton, mainstream fire bill of lading is US $83 / ton, and wet method is US $76 / ton.

(SMM Zhu Ruoyi)

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