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Construction, insurance, and tobacco shares led the London market back in to the green on Wednesday, despite the overhang of Greece's debt crisis lurking in the background.
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The metals market and the currency markets are historically linked together and in some cases there are metals where prices may fluctuate in a similar manner to currency exchange rates.
Although there are specific supply and demand components of various metals that are different to that of currencies, fluctuations in the prices of metals may move in tandem with currencies over well-defined periods.