Limited Chinese minerals trading until February amid Lunar New Year closures

By Carrie Shi, Sybil Pan
Published: Thursday, 16 January 2020

China’s domestic minerals markets will be largely quiet with limited volatility for the coming three weeks due to the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday.

China’s industrial minerals markets will enter a stagnant period in the coming three weeks with most market participants away to celebrate Lunar New Year. There will be public holidays in China on January 24-30. Ahead of this, there will be limited trading and domestic logistics will gradually stop from the...

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