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LME ($US), Apr 3 –
Aluminium 1,452.00
Copper 4,863.50
Zinc 1,862.00
Nickel 11,192.00
Lead 1,661.00
Tin 14,465.00
Cobalt 29,500.00
Gold 1,620.20
Silver 14.360

COMEX ($US), Apr 3 –
Gold 1,648.80
Silver 14.52
Copper 2.1775
Platinum 724.60
Palladium 2,118.00

LBMA price data ($US), pm Apr 3 –
Gold 1,613.10
Silver 14.39000
Platinum 714.00
Palladium 2,140.00

NYMEX ($US) 62% Fe CFR China, Apr 3 –
Iron ore 82.38

Keep track of how the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is affecting the resource sector around the world. This list of original articles published in MiningBusiness.net will be regularly updated over the coming weeks.
(Note: Some articles will be accessible only by full subscribers.)

Public holidays 
Apr 6-9: Public Holiday (Bangladesh)
Apr 6: Qing Ming Jie Holiday (China)
Apr 6: Mahavir Jayanti (India)
Apr 6-11: Public Holiday (Jordan)
Apr 6: Chakri Day (Thailand)
Apr 7: Motherhood and Beauty Day (Armenia)
Apr 7: People’s Revolution Day (Kyrgyzstan)
Apr 7: Health Day (Mongolia)
Apr 7: Women’s Day (Mozambique)
Apr 7: Tutsi Genocide Memorial Day (Rwanda)
Apr 7: Bak Full Moon Poya Day (Sri Lanka)
Apr 7: Karume Day (Tanzania)
Apr 7: World Health Day (Turkmenistan)

Growing numbers of resources sector projects and mining companies report disruptions to production and financial performance around the world as the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues its exponential growth.
As well as committing to observe official restrictions on travel, personnel and freight movements and business activities, companies have implemented their individual health and safety procedures to protect their workers and their families, local communities and indigenous landholders.

LME ($US), Mar 20 –
Aluminium 1,580.50
Copper 4,855.00
Zinc 1,880.00
Nickel 11,370.00
Lead 1,673.50
Tin 14,500.00
Cobalt 29,500.00
Gold 1,481.90
Silver 12.380

COMEX ($US), Mar 20 –
Gold 1,504.30
Silver 12.63
Copper 2.153
Platinum 613.2
Palladium 1,517

LBMA price data ($US), pm Mar 20 –
Gold 1,494.40
Silver 12.63000
Platinum 614.00
Palladium 1,635.00

NYMEX ($US) 62% Fe CFR China, Mar 20 –
Iron ore 89.57

Public holidays –
Mar 23: Southern Africa Liberation Day (Angola)
Mar 23: Bridge Public Holiday (Argentina)
Mar 23: Day of the Sea (Bolivia)
Mar 23: Pakistan Day (Pakistan)
Mar 23: Norooz Holiday (Iran)
Mar 23-24: Nowruz/Spring Holiday (Azerbaijan)
Mar 23-24: Nauryz Holiday (Kazakhstan)
Mar 23-24: Public Holiday (Kuwait)
Mar 23-25: Navruz Celebration (Tajikistan)
Mar 24: Memorial Day (Argentina)
Mar 25: Greek Independence Day (Cyprus)
Mar 25: National Holiday (Greece)
Mar 25: Chaitra Zukhladi (India)

With events progressing so quickly, it’s hard to keep track of how the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is affecting mining companies. This list of original articles published in MiningBusiness.net will be regularly updated over the coming weeks.
Note: Some articles will be accessible only by full subscribers.

LME ($US), Mar 13 –
Aluminium 1,677.00
Copper 5,530.50
Zinc 1,986.50
Nickel 12,565.00
Lead 1,781.00
Tin 16,400.00
Cobalt 28,000.00
Gold 1,521.70
Silver 14.515

COMEX ($US), Mar 13 –
Gold 1,528.90
Silver 14.685
Copper 2.4935
Platinum 763.30
Palladium 1,658.00

LBMA price data ($US), pm Mar 13 –
Gold 1,562.80
Silver 15.77000
Platinum 782.00
Palladium 1,744.00

NYMEX ($US) 62% Fe CFR China, Mar 13 –
Iron ore 90.13

Public holidays –
Mar 16: JJ Roberts Birthday Holiday (Liberia)
Mar 16: Benito Juárez's Birthday Memorial (Mexico)
Mar 17: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Birthday (Bangladesh)
Mar 17: St Patrick’s Day (Ireland)
Mar 18: Soldiers’ Day (Mongolia)
Mar 19: Saint Joseph's Day (Costa Rica)
Mar 20: Norooz Persian New Year
Mar 20: Spring Equinox (Japan)
Mar 20: International Francophonie Day (DR Congo)
Mar 20: Independence Day (Tunisia)
Mar 21: Human Rights Day (South Africa)
Mar 21: Al Isra' wal Miraj (Jordan)

Revised production guidance for the 12 months ending 30 June 2020 -

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