* Volumes seen picking up as summer lull draws to an end * Volatile antimony seen higher on Chinese supply worries By Michael Taylor LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Many minor metals were little changed over the past week as traders looked ahead to increased volumes in September, after the summer slowdown reaches its end. Traders said trading volumes have been subdued as many factories close for the summer holiday season, with business due to pick up around late August or September. "It ...
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