May 2012 | Base Metals
No hurry to chase prices: Tin - Market Analysis
Despite a rebound, the downtrend remains intact. While stocks continue to rise we feel that there is little need to chase prices higher.
Chinese refined tin output flat in Q1
Official Chinese tin production statistics indicate that refined output registered an increase of just 0.64% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2012 to 35,600 tonnes. Production throughout the country was constrained to some degree by the closure of mine operations in Guangxi province, which were in...
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