However, trading may remain choppy and nervous “as the market grapples with the macroeconomic picture,” said Liz Grant, senior account executive at Sucden Financial. Aluminium closed up 0. 4 per cent at $US1,885. 00 a ton, zinc closed 0. 2 per cent higher at $US2,144. 50 a ton, nickel closed down 0. 2 per cent at $US15,100. 00 a ton, lead fell 1. 1 per cent to $US1,848. 00 a ton and tin was lower, closing down 0. 3 per cent at $US18,950. 00 a ton.
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