Nickel Market News Directory

Nickel Prices Weaker on Record Inventories

Reuters reported on Monday that nickel prices had hit a three month low to start the week. The base metal dropped after LME inventories hit a record high, while slowing factory output from China raised fears of decreased demand.

Short Supply Pushes Nickel Prices Even Higher

The Wall Street Journal reported today that nickel rose on Thursday while other metals stayed flat. Three-month LME nickel traded 1.7 percent higher at $19,050 per metric ton by 9:26 GMT on Thursday.