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SunSirs: China's Antimony Commodity Index rose 1.05 points
September 24 2020 08:08:02SunSirs(Linda)

On September 22, the commodity price index BPI was 786 points, a decrease of 2 points from September 21, a decrease of 22.87% from the cycle high of 1019 points (2012-04-10), and the lowest from February 03, 2016 660 points increased by 19.09%. (Note: Period refers to 2011-12-01 till now).

SunSirs data monitors the BPI index curve of the commodity price index as follows:

 The antimony commodity index on September 22 was 54.47, an increase of 1.05 points from September 21, a decrease of 46.77% from the cycle high of 102.32 points (2012-10-16), and a decrease of 46.98 points from the low of December 24, 2015. An increase of 15.94%. (Note: Period refers to 2012-09-08 to present).

In late New York trading, the U.S. dollar index rose 0.56% to 93.5296; the offshore renminbi fell 135 basis points to 6.7928 against the U.S. dollar; U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin testified before the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee that he would continue to cooperate with Congress to formulate the fourth phase. British Prime Minister Johnson announced a six-month epidemic prevention measures to re-encourage people to work from home, while requiring bars and restaurants in England to close at 10 pm. Crude oil market: Yesterday's crude oil (as of 3 a.m. Beijing time on September 23) spot Brent closed at 41.065 US dollars per barrel, an increase of 0.75 US dollars from the previous trading day, an increase of 1.86%. WTI closed at $39.8/barrel, up $0.26 from the previous trading day, or 0.66%. LME outer metal prices were mixed: LME copper rose 1.26%, Lunxi rose 1%, LME nickel rose 0.28%, LME zinc fell 0.14%, LME aluminum fell 0.17%, LME lead fell 0.5%; domestic futures night trading: Shanghai Tin rose 1.42%, Shanghai lead rose 0.91%, Shanghai aluminum rose 0.17%, Shanghai copper rose 0.02%, Shanghai zinc fell 0.23%, and Shanghai nickel fell 0.26%.

The antimony market was affected by manufacturers' high prices, and prices rose slightly this week, but the downstream still maintained on-demand procurement, and transactions were average.

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