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Introducing the London Metal Exchange & Corporate structure

Established in 1877 and located in the heart of The City of London, the London Metal Exchange is the world’s premier non-ferrous metals market. It offers a range of futures and options contracts for non-ferrous, minor metals and steel... more
Prices Published by the LME

The London Metal Exchange (LME) publishes a set of daily reference prices that are based on the most liquid trading sessions of the day. They are used the world over by industrial and financial participants for purposes of referencing, hedging, physical settlement, contract negotiations and margining and are indicators of where the market is at any point in time... more
Risk management - the principles of hedging

Through its trading members, the LME offers those at all stages of the metals supply chain, including both buyers and sellers, the opportunity to hedge their material price risk, and therefore gain protection from future adverse price movements... more
     
 
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London Metal Exchange established in 1877 and located in the heart of The City of London, the London Metal Exchange is the world’s premier non-ferrous metals market. The Exchange provides a transparent forum for all trading activity and as a result helps to 'discover' what the price of material will be months and years ahead. This helps the physical industry to plan forward in a world subject to often severe and rapid price movements. Such is the liquidity at the Exchange that the prices ‘discovered’ at the LME are recognised and relied upon by industry throughout the world...
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