New Metal Warehousing Regulations HaltedMark Melin
At the twilight hour, a United Kingdom court has ruled against changes to the London Metals Exchange (LME) warehousing rules that would have shortened the time metal could be held, impacting a hot battle that involved US regulators, aluminum producers, beverage distributors and the largest banks. The new rules were to have taken effect April 1.
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