China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters
China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters
Commodities

China’s metals reserves snapped up at auction as Beijing tries to cool red-hot commodity prices

  • China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc this week, with most of the metal reserves snapped up in two days
  • The reserves administration put a total of 100,000 tonnes of metal on the market on Monday and said it will release more metal in near future

Topic |   Commodities
China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters
China’s state reserves agency auctioned aluminium, copper and zinc early this week. Photo: Reuters
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