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London Base Metals Prices & Inventory, London, New York and Shanghai

London  Inventory Numbers Not available
Shanghai  Inventory Numbers
Comex Inventory Numbers
London (LME) Lead Inventory Not available
London Lead (LME) Prices Not available
London Tin (LME) Inventory Not available
London Tin (LME) Prices Not available
London Zinc (LME) Inventory  Not available
London Zinc (LME) Prices  Not available
London Copper (LME) Inventory  Not available
London Copper (LME) Prices not available  per LME
London Nickel (LME) Inventory Not available  per LME
London Nickel (LME) Prices Not available  per LME
London Aluminum (LME) Inventory Not available  per LME
London Aluminum (LME) Prices  Not available   per LME
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Copper Inventory
World Copper (LDN+NY+WU) Inventory
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Zink Inventory
Comex CME (NY) Copper Inventory
Comex CME (NY) Silver Inventory
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Rubber Inventory
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Fuel Oil Inventory
Comex CME (NY) Gold Inventory
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Wire Rod Inventory
Shanghai  Futures Exchange Rebar Inventory
Notes & Links:

12/7/10 ETF Securities says it has approval from European regulators to launch three physically backed metals ETF’s. Expected to begin trading Friday in London, the ETF’s specialize in copper, nickel and tin.
2/22/10 The London Metal Exchange is launching derivatives contracts on cobalt and molybdenum.
4/15/09 Zinc rose to the highest level in six months on speculation demand is increasing in China.
8/22/08 Indonesia, the world's biggest exporter of tin, has confirmed plans to limit production of the commodity in a bid to support prices and sustain the local industry