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LME to expand trading around gold and silver reference prices / By Jan Harvey and Peter Hobson via Reuters / October 10, 2017 LONDON — The London Metal Exchange expects three more clearing members to join its precious metals contracts by year-end and is looking to expand trading around its gold and silver reference prices, Chief Executive Matthew Chamberlain told Reuters on Tuesday. Adding further […]

New LME gold contract sees lackluster launch / By Henry Sanderson Financial Times, London / July 10, 2017 An attempt by the London Metal Exchange and a group of banks including Goldman Sachs to grab a chunk of London’s $5 trillion-a-year gold market through a new futures contract got off to a lacklustre start today. A total of $56 million worth of the […]

LME’s pitch for share of gold market faces bumpy ride / By Peter Hobson and Pratima Desai via Reuters / January 23, 2017 LONDON — Fears of inflexibility and rising costs are sapping enthusiasm for the London Metal Exchange’s new suite of gold contracts, potentially leaving the exchange reliant on the threat of an increasing regulatory burden to drive uptake. London’s $5 trillion-a-year gold trade […]

Copper Is Crashing After Huge Spike In Inventories / by Tyler Durden – Jun 7, 2016 10:16 AM Copper futures are tumbling by the most in 2 months (testing back towards 4 month lows) after the biggest two-day increase in copper stockpiles monitored by LME since 2004. Dr.Copper is sick… READ MORE The post Copper Is Crashing After Huge Spike In Inventories […]

London gold fixing is open to manipulation, LME executive says / By Eric Onstad, Reuters / June 10, 2014 LONDON — The global gold price setting benchmark or “fix” is open to manipulation, said the head of the London Metal Exchange (LME), which is competing to offer an alternative to the silver fix when the system is disbanded in August. The gold and silver […]

LME resumes electronic trading after technical fault

Traders had 15 to 20 minutes’ warning before trading was suspended / 24 September 2013 Last updated at 10:36 ET Electronic trading on the London Metal Exchange has resumed after a technical issue prevented trading for more than three hours. Electronic trading on the exchange was stopped at 09:58 BST and resumed at 13:10, […]

Class action suit may be just the start of metal warehouse owners’ legal woes / By David Ingram / Monday , 05 Aug 2013  A U.S. class action alleging an illegal agreement to inflate aluminium prices may be just the start of aluminium buyers’ legal assault against warehouse owners such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc, lawyers with antitrust expertise said on Sunday. Goldman, other warehouse owners and the London Metal […]

London Metals-Fraud Revealed / By Jeff Nielson / Tuesday, 30 July 2013 12:06 Approximately a month ago, the Corporate Media began leaking bits-and-pieces of information about “warehouse problems” involving the London metals-cabal: comprised of the LME (London Metal Exchange) and the LBMA (London Bullion Market Association). Being a close follower of this propaganda machine, I was well aware that such leaking […]

GLD bleeds again down to 964.69 tonnes/Dealer inventories at comex remain constant/Customer or Client gold rises slightly/Troubles in Greece, Portugal and Egypt tonight. / Tuesday, July 2, 2013 Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen: Gold closed down $12.30 to $1243.10 (comex closing time ). Silver fell by 26 cents to $19.30 (comex closing time) In the access market at 5:00 pm, gold and silver finished trading at the following prices : gold: 1243.90 silver: $19.35 At the Comex, the […]

Hong Kong Exchanges Outbid JPM, Goldman, Acquire LME / June 15, 2012 Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing have beaten out the Western banksters (The Morgue and The Vampire Squid) and have acquired the LME (London Metals Exchange). Please note that this is NOT the LBMA, and the cartel has not just ceded control of their physical gold and silver bullion exchange vehicle […]