In this 2-week webinar special, we will have a deep-dive on the China domestic metals market following the National People’s Congress (NPC) annual meetings.
Shanghai Metals Market (SMM) on May 20 has successfully completed an assurance review of the Principles for Financial Benchmarks (Principles) published by the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).
SMM is delighted to have Mr. Dongshu Cui, Secretary General of China Passenger Car Association for a special presentation at the 5th China International LiCoNi Summit on July 13-14, in Ningbo, China.
SMM data showed that iron ore stocks across 35 Chinese ports totalled 99.39 million mt as of May 29, the lowest in nearly thr ee years, down 1.07 million mt from a week ago and 15.46 million mt lower than a year ago.
SHFE nonferrous metals ended higher for the most part on Friday May 29, following after they closed mixed Thursday. The increases were capped on the backdrop of rising tensions between the US and China that threatens to hamper businesses.
SMM has more than 50 professional industry analysts in copper, aluminum, lead, zinc, nickel, tin and minor metals, and are committed to providing in-depth, professional, as well as timely reports and research.
Besides, over 80 steel professionals engaged in China's steel industry. They have been working on the weekly report China Steel Briefing, the monthly report China Steel PMI-Monthly, a survey of steel downstream.