The outcome of the Group of 20 (G20) summit in Japan that was held on June 28-29, saw the United States and China agree to resume trade talks, which has boosted optimism for a trade deal.
The London Metal Exchange three-month base metals prices were broadly stronger this morning, up by an average of 0.4% as at 8.00am London time. Nickel was the exception with a drop of 0.9% to $12,560 per tonne. Tin and lead were up by 0.3% and copper and aluminium were by 0.9%.
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