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[SMM Tin Morning News] yesterday's tin night in Shanghai fell slightly after rising first and then Yilun Xi.
Jul 8,2020 09:13CST
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SMM7, March 8:

Lunxi trend: Lunxi electronic trading yesterday opened at US $17050 / tonne, with a maximum of US $17165 / tonne and a minimum of US $16970 / tonne, closing at US $16980 / tonne, down US $120 / tonne, with 299 lots and 16732 positions, a decrease of 141lots. Yesterday's LME inventory was 3880 tons, an increase of 50 tons.

Lunxi opened at $17050 a tonne yesterday and rose to $17100 a tonne in the morning before trading was light. It rebounded after falling in the afternoon, hit the intraday high of $17165 / ton above, pulled back after peaking, briefly adjusted sideways after the jump, and then continued down, reaching an intraday low of $16970 / tonne to close at $16980 / tonne, showing a negative line. The physical part is above all moving averages, and the lower support is expected to be around $16870 / tonne.

Shanghai tin trend: Shanghai tin main 2009 contract opened last night at 140420 yuan / ton, the highest 141680 yuan / ton, the lowest 140340 yuan / ton, closed at 141250 yuan / ton, up 120 yuan / ton, 13148 hands, 31473 positions, an increase of 141250 hands.

Last night, tin opened at 140420 yuan / ton in Shanghai, showing a trend of rising first and then suppressing it. After the opening, it mainly fluctuated upward under the influence of the bulls' entry, reached the intraday high of 141680 yuan / ton above, reached the peak callback, and the bulls left the market, the Shanghai tin concussion went down, closing at 141250 yuan / ton, showing a positive line, and the physical part was located near the 5-day moving average. It is expected that the upper pressure level is around 142500 yuan / ton.

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