Tehran (IP)- Within the week ending on July 2nd, 2021, Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) witnessed 1,012,000 tons of commodities worth almost 412 million USD, with a noticeable growth of 13% in the volume of trades in its metals and minerals trading platform.

Iran Press/Iran news: According to the IME's international affairs and PR report, the exchange sold on its metal and minerals trading platform 665,862 tons of commodities valued at more than 233 million USD.
Commodities traded on this floor included 203,700 tons of steel, 9,985 tons of copper, 10,940 tons of aluminum, 27 tons of precious metals concentrate, 250 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 550 tons of zinc, 389,560 tons of cement, 5 kg of gold bars, 11,000 tons of sponge iron and 40,000 tons of iron ore.
Furthermore, the IME saw 345,056 tons of commodities with a total trading value of more than 180 million USD on its oil and petrochemical trading floor.
On this floor, the IME's customers purchased 92,150 tons of vacuum bottom, 91,530 tons of bitumen, 94,801 tons of polymeric products, 36,934 tons of chemicals, 27,000 tons of lube cut, 3,577 tons of base oil, 110 tons of argon, 120 tons of sulfur and 205 tons of insulation.
Furthermore, the exchange played host to trading of 906 tons of various types of commodities on its side market. 


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