EVENTS

(Endorsed by MCOM)


PAST EVENTS

(Organised by MCOM)

 

 

Daily Metal Price

 

KLTM
Metal 23 April24 April

Tin

21,63021,200
LME
Metal 18 April
19 April
Tin 21,725 21,875
Nickel
15,105 15,710
Copper
6,936 6,942
Aluminium 2,528.52,602.5
Metal
17 April
18 April
Silver
1,662.51,694.5
Gold 1,342.11,351.45

 
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Minerals & Metals Directory

The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market Weekly Review 2 – 6 Apr 2018 (9 Apr 2018)

Tin trading on the KLTM during the first trading week of April was mixed. It strengthened earlier during the trading week, stayed flat during mid week and then declined before rebounding to closing the week slightly higher. The mixed momentum was in line with the movement of tin prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME).

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The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market Weekly Review 12 – 16 Mar 2018 (19 Mar 2018)

Tin trading on the KLTM during the second trading week of March was mostly on a downward momentum. However, it managed to inch-up slightly during the second trading day before declined towards end of the trading week. The downward momentum was due to low demand and in line with the downward momentum of the tin prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME).

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The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market Weekly Review 5 – 9 Mar 2018 (12 Mar 2018)

Tin trading on the KLTM during the first trading week of March was mostly on a downward momentum. It declined most of the days during the trading week before closing the week flat. The downward momentum was due to low demand and in line with the downward momentum of the tin prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME).

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The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market Weekly Review 26 Feb – 2 Mar 2018 (5 Mar 2018)
Tin trading on the KLTM during the fourth trading week of February was somewhat flat. It stayed unchanged during the first two trading days of the week before inching up slightly during mid week.
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The Kuala Lumpur Tin Market Weekly Review 8 – 12 Jan 2018 (15 Jan 2018)
Tin trading on the KLTM during the second trading week of January was on an upward momentum due to good demand.
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