Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market)

STRANGE things are happening in nickel. Warehouse stocks have crashed and the nickel price is falling, a combination which in Dryblower’s world does not compute unless there’s a game being played by metal traders – and that could be bad news for investors in nickel.

Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market) Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market) Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market) Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market) Dryblower on nickel games (or, who's manipulating the nickel market)

A number of bank analysts have spotted the disconnection between falling stockpiles and a falling price because what should happen as a surplus declines is that the price rises, a basic law of supply

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