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Commodities sitll up and down five years after the Lehman collapse

Posted on 18 November 2013

Five years on from the aftermath of the Lehman Brothers collapse, how are we doing? To judge, this week Pure Speculation dusts off its November 2008 files. Back then, the short, sharp shock had done damage: on November 7, copper dropped $US516 a tonne in one day to $US3785. A year earlier it had been $US7480 a tonne.
Nickel had an even worse day on that Friday five years ago. It shed $US1803 a tonne in one session at the London Metal Exchange, closing at $US11,907. Zinc was at $US1096 a tonne………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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