LME Steel Trading Hits One-Year Mark

May 2009
Metal Center News;May2009, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports on the one-year trading of steel billets at London Metal Exchange Ltd. (LME). Martin Abbott, chief executive of the (CEO) company, explains that the LME steel price plays a significant role in the steel industry. Other important developments in LME during the first year of steel billets' trading are also mentioned.


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