The uncertainty on the aluminum market continued in November. Although the London Metal Exchange spoke out against a ban on the storage of Russian metals. - This was a logical decision for many market participants, but it was too long in coming. - However, a statement of the U.S. government on this issue remained absent. Thus, the aluminum 3-month contract on the London Metal Exchange traded mostly unexcited in a range of 2,217 USD/t to 2,500 USD/t. In addition to the hopes of some market participants for a looser COVID policy in China, a weak US dollar also ensured an upward trend.