The story of metal markets this week reads like a laundry list of achievements.Zinc crashed through the $3,000 barrier for the first time in a decade.Copper and aluminum reached three-year highs in London.Lead’s weekly gain is the biggest since June.Driving the gains was a combination of data showing faster economic growth, a weaker dollar and shrinking supply. Chinese capacity curbs have boosted aluminum, while stockpiles of zinc tracked by the London Metal Exchange have slumped to the lowest level since 2008.
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