Lead Climbs to 16-Month High as Most Metals Gain on OPEC CutsBy
An index of mining advances, with gains in BHP, Rio Tinto
LME index heads for longest run of quarterly gains since 2011
Lead prices climbed to the highest in more than a year as industrial metals advanced on speculation that OPEC’s decision to cut output will drive up oil prices. Mining shares also advanced.
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