By Carole Vaporean LAS VEGAS, April 30 (Reuters) - Zinc and lead prices will remain low through 2009 as the global economy contracts, but their average prices should rise gradually heading into 2010 as demand picks up amid modest economic improvement, a senior industry analyst said. Addressing participants at this year's Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries' (ISRI) convention, Robin Bhar, senior metals analyst at Calyon Credit Agricole in London, shared his preliminary outlook for ...
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