Nickel stocks, tracked by the Shanghai Futures Exchange, fell by 5% last week to 29,120 tonnes, updating the minimum since November 2015, the trading data showed. The fall in stocks has not stopped since January this year. Zinc reserves increased by 7.6% over the week to 96 thousand 957 tonnes. Growth is observed for the second week in a row after a decrease in the last 10 weeks. Reserves of lead reached 10 thousand 795 tons, increased by 6% over a week. The reserves of aluminum decreased by 1% to 975 thousand 646 tons. Reserves of copper amounted to 253 thousand 17 tons, decreased by 1.2%.
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