LME Index increased 1,040.60 points or 30.48% since the beginning of 2021, according to trading on a contract for difference (CFD) that tracks the benchmark market for this commodity.

Historically, LME Index reached an all time high of 4556.60 in May of 2007. LME Index - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on October of 2021.

LME Index is expected to trade at 4431.08 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 4633.65 in 12 months time.

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LME Index

Price Day Month Year
Baltic Dry 5,488.00 -38.00 -0.69% 31.83% 203.71%
CRB Index 251.22 0.99 0.40% 6.85% 57.86%
LME Index 4,455.10 89.50 2.05% 1.94% 46.68%
S&P GSCI 2,853.85 23.17 0.82% 9.22% 63.89%
EU Carbon Permits 58.86 -0.29 -0.49% -3.62% 133.39%
Wind Energy Index 333.10 -0.61 -0.18% -8.20% 7.00%
Nuclear Energy Index 1,368.32 0.61 0.04% -3.55% 18.07%
Solar Energy Index 401.19 1.32 0.33% -6.77% 23.56%

LME Index
London Metal Exchange Index consists of 6 metals with the following weights: aluminim (42.8%), copper (31.2%), zinc (14.8%), lead (8.2%), nickel (2%) and tin (1%). Weightings of the six metals are derived from global production volume and trade liquidity averaged over the preceding five-year period. The index value is calculated as the sum of the prices for the three qualifying months multiplied by the corresponding weights, multiplied by a constant.