IME records USD808M value of commodities exchanged in one week

(MENAFN) Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) witnessed trade of 2,082,446 tons of commodities and 2,623 automobiles during the previous Iranian calendar week, which ended on Friday. The total trading value on its physical market was close to USD808 million.

According to the IME’s Public Relations and International Affairs Department, the exchange witnessed trading of 1,631,322 tons of commodities worth more than USD540 million on its metals and minerals trading floor.

895,287 tons of cement, 325,000 tons of iron ore, 322,180 tons of steel, 47,000 tons of sponge iron, 21,950 tons of zinc, 10,825 tons of aluminum, 9,330 tons of copper, 200 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 2 kilograms of gold bars, in addition to 2,623 automobiles were all sold on this floor by the IME.

Additionally, the IME saw on the two local and shipment rings of its oil and petrochemical exchange floor 448,507 tons of goods valued at around USD264 million.


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