A structural issue has been discovered in the exchange’s new Finsbury Square site
The London Metal Exchange has been forced
to relocate ring trading to its disaster recovery site in
Chelmsford, Essex, after a structural issue was discovered in
the building of the exchange’s London premises on
"A structural issue within the building
which houses the LME premises in London was discovered on
Saturday 16 July 2016 on a higher floor. The structural issue
does not involve the LME premises but, as a precaution, the
landlord has temporarily closed access to the whole building,"
said the LME in a statement.
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