The London Metal Exchange (LME) is the futures exchange with the world’s largest market in options and futures contracts on base and other metals. LME Inventory Reports Contains Previous Day Closing Stock of Commodities held in London Metal Exchange. Below are the Updated LME Inventory Today Report. Here is Todays MCX LME INVENTORY LEVEL Which contains Lme Copper, Zinc, Aluminium, Nickel, Lead & Tin.
|COMMODITY||28/03/2017||29/03/2017||TODAY DATA (30/03/2017) (Previous Day Data)|
|ALUMINIUM||- 12975||- 11225||- 13625|
|COPPER||- 2150||- 4950||- 6725|
|LEAD||+175 UNCH||- 50||- 1050|
|NICKEL||- 978||- 1314||- 1464|
|TIN||- 35 UNCH||- 150||NA|
|ZINC||- 575||- 350||- 975|
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What is LME Means / Definition of LME / What is LME Inventory Means ?
A commodities exchange in London, England, that deals in metal futures. Contracts on the exchange include aluminum, copper and zinc. Trading can be done in three main ways: through open outcry, a telephone system between member companies or the LME Select, an electronic trading platform. The LME is a non-ferrous exchange, which means that iron and steel are not traded on the exchange.
Importance & Role of LME Inventory in MCX Commodity Trading ?
Commodity Inventories plays an important role in commodity trading, specially in future trading. It directly provides you an idea about commodity demand and supply. Inventories of commodities, with low inventories typically leading to more volatile future prices and increasing the risk of a “stockout” (inventory exhaustion). Commodity Calls collects the data for its members from various sources and present it for the your convenience. Inventory data of commodities is used on the relationship between inventories and commodity futures risk premiums.
For traders of any kind it is important to wade through the volumes of available information and focus on analyzing data that is accurate, current and pertinent. The LME provides access to information that fits these criteria by publishing price data extracted as a result of general trading activities, which for many metals drives the global pricing mechanism. To understand why the LME is a primary source of market data, you must first grasp how the exchange operates.
In essence, the LME Inventory data allows traders to better predict future price movements or manage the subsequent risk. Traders regularly check to find out official price data to better inform their investment outlook, which has a flow on effect, impacting relevant financial and physical commodities markets worldwide.
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