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US stocks close at record levels of
US stocks closed at record levels for the second consecutive session , the end of the week, supported by gains for technological and industrial sectors overshadowed the impact of the US jobs report.
Based on the latest available data index Dow Jones Industrial rose 57.59 points , or the equivalent of 0.27 percent to 21201.77 points, while the index S & P 500 rose by 8.63 points or 0.36 percent to 2438.69 points, the index Nasdaq Composite 58.97 points , or 0.94 percent , to 6305.80 points.
zinc falls with low steel and iron ore
recovered nickel from the lowest level in nearly a year the end of the week, while zinc hit its lowest level in two weeks weighed down iron and crude oil prices as well as concerns about demand in China , the largest consumer.
Zinc prices have also been affected by a big jump in stocks available, including shows that adequate supplies despite the closure of the mines head of last year.
The iron ore fell by about 40 percent from a peak this year in online transactions.
The benchmark contract for zinc in London Metal Exchange for delivery after three months , down 1.6 percent to $ 2529 per tonne, after hitting the lowest level since May 18 at $ 2512.
Rose nickel 0.8 percent to $ 8910 recovering tonne from the low level of $ 8700, the lowest since the eighth of June 2016.
The benchmark contract for copper in the London Metal Exchange for delivery after three months , down 0.6 percent to $ 5665 per ton, while the closed aluminum up 0.2 percent to $ 1931 per ton.
The bullets came down 0.1 percent to $ 2108 per tonne while tin came down 0.7 percent to 20 thousand and $ 300 per ton.