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About Jane Street Group

Jane Street Group is a quantitative trading firm with a focus on technology and collaborative problem-solving. It is a global liquidity provider and market maker, trading mostly products that are listed on exchanges. It serves clients operating in the financial sector. It was founded in 2000 and is based in New York, New York.

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250 Vesey Street

New York, New York, 10281,

United States

646-759-6000

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Stainless MMI: Nickel Prices Decline, Begin to Consolidate

Jun 9, 2022

All in all, the Stainless Monthly Metals Index (MMI) dropped 9.4% from May to June. LME Faces Nearly $500 Million in Lawsuits The nickel crisis returned to the headlines earlier this week. Two financial groups sued the LME over its decision to cancel trades following the March 8 nickel squeeze. Trading firm Jane Street Group LLC and hedge-fund manager Elliot Management Corp. filed a respective $15.3 and $456 million dollar lawsuits against the exchange over its handling of the crisis. The owner of the LME, Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. acknowledged the suits in a statement. It read, “the LME management is of the view that the claim is without merit and the LME will contest it vigorously.” Jane Street, however, characterized the LME’s decision as “illegal” and “arbitrary.” They went on to say that it “severely undermines the integrity of the markets and sets a dangerous precedent that calls future contracts into question.” The lawsuits follow an ongoing review of the LME’s actions by the LME’s primary regulators, the Financial Conduct Authority and the Bank of England. After this was announced in early April, these reviews are compounded by the LME’s own independent probe. Nickel Prices: A Tale of Two Exchanges While the lawsuits once again brought attention to the nickel prices crisis, the actual fallout remains ongoing. Some feel a departure of nickel traders from the LME was likely following the chaos and the exchange’s subsequent controversial approach to it. However, the ramifications of the crisis remain apparent across the globe. Both the LME and SHFE continue to grapple with low liquidity. Trading volumes on the LME plummeted when nickel trading resumed in March. Meanwhile, open interest continues to show steady declines. Though the SHFE did not face the same early March suspension, it saw a sharp decline in trading volumes during that week as open interest collapsed. Both volumes and open interest remain constrained to this day. While the retreat from the nickel market was a global effort, other metals remained largely unaffected. Nornickel Projects Slowed Demand Growth According to the world’s largest high-grade nickel producer, nickel demand will remain in growth but slow from +17% in 2021 to +11% in 2022. Nornickel also expects global inflation and macroeconomic uncertainty to account for much of the slowdown. The producer’s previous forecasts for a rough 40,000 ton surplus (which is expected to widen to 100,000 tons in 2023) of low-grade nickel remains unchanged. Nickel, alongside other commodities, faced numerous price pressures throughout the past year. COVID-related lockdowns and restrictions continue to disrupt the supply chain. Combined with tight nickel inventories, this fostered considerable bullish sentiment in 2021. The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, which preceded nickel’s historic short squeeze, also remains a point of concern. This is especially relevant as global inflationary pressures threaten the demand outlook. Nornickel’s forecast hinges on two factors. First, there’s the extent of China’s economic recovery as it gradually emerges from lockdowns. Second, it’s important to consider the impact of future expected interest rate hikes from the Fed. Indeed, these two forces are likely to influence price directions for commodities as a whole throughout the coming months. See the impact on stainless steel prices. Check out MetalMiner’s stainless steel should cost models by scheduling a demo of the Insights platform. Actual Nickel Prices and Metals Trends The Allegheny Ludlum 304 stainless surcharge held at $1.82 per pound as of June 1. Meanwhile, the Allegheny Ludlum 316 surcharge held at $2.45 per pound. Chinese primary nickel decreased by 5.4% to $32,866 per metric ton. LME three-month nickel fell by 11.45% to $28,800 per metric ton. Indian primary nickel increased by 11.4% to $29.46 per kilogram.

Jane Street Group Investments

11 Investments

Jane Street Group has made 11 investments. Their latest investment was in Cera as part of their Series C on August 8, 2022.

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Jane Street Group Investments Activity

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

8/3/2022

Series C

Cera

$160M

Yes

5

7/15/2022

Seed VC

Empiric Network

$7M

Yes

1

6/15/2022

Seed VC

Kaleidoco

$7.1M

Yes

1

4/27/2022

Seed VC

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$99M

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10

4/26/2022

Seed VC

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$99M

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10

Date

8/3/2022

7/15/2022

6/15/2022

4/27/2022

4/26/2022

Round

Series C

Seed VC

Seed VC

Seed VC

Seed VC

Company

Cera

Empiric Network

Kaleidoco

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Amount

$160M

$7M

$7.1M

$99M

$99M

New?

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Co-Investors

Sources

5

1

1

10

10

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