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Nickel leads metals slump

NICKEL slumped by another 9% overnight, with other base metals following suit as the US dollar rose.

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Image: iStock/statu nascendi

Nickel dropped to US$24,929 per tonne, despite supply concerns, but is still up for the week to date. "Rail operators in Finland said they will stop carrying Russian goods by year-end," ANZ Research...

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