Trading in the London market starts about 7.00 a.m. with the 'premarket' session, where members make markets in the various metals from their offices.
The trading floor of the LME, called the Ring, opens at 11.45 and each contract trades in turn for a five-minute period. At 12.20, when all contracts have traded once, there is a ten-minute break before, starting at 12.30, each contract trades for an additional five minutes. It is during this second morning ring session that the 'settlement' and 'official' prices are determined. At around 13.15, once the official pricing is complete, a period of trading known as the 'kerb' begins. This less formal trading session takes place in the Ring and lasts until 13.30, during which time all contracts trade simultaneously. The afternoon ring trading session begins at 15.10 and follows the structure of the morning session, ending with a kerb trading period of 25 minutes from 16.35 until 17.00. From 17.00, the market reverts to inter-office trading until at least 18.00. Corporate risk services for LME clients are provided by our Industrial Commodities <http://www.sucden.co.uk/html/content_15.htm> desk. On 2/21/07, Andri Wijaya <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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