In the globalised world in which we live, raw materials are listed on world stock exchanges, which provide us with the price references used to market them.
Metal markets are among the oldest future markets in the world. In the case of the LME (London Metal Exchange), since 1877 contracts are negotiated between suppliers and consumers of non-ferrous metals, copper, aluminium, zinc, among others, standardising qualities and specifications.
The price determined by the LME is considered to be a true representation of supply and demand from commercial and industrial sectors around the world.
The charts allow you to observe trends and make buying or selling decisions based on information on international price trends.