The typical pattern of China building up metals inventories in Q1 and using up through the rest...
The typical pattern of China building up metals inventories in Q1 and using up through the rest of the year isn't holding as the piles keep growing larger, with granaries and car parks taking the excess from brimming warehouses. The stationary cargo trains at Qingdao port are tell a different story than still-decent PMI reports.
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