World prices for non-ferrous metals rose on Wednesday, when trading in mainland China was resumed after two holidays, Bloomberg reported. The leader of growth was nickel. At the London Metal Exchange, the value of its contract with delivery in 3 months increased by 2.1% and amounted to 13 thousand 940 dollars per ton. Copper, lead and zinc went up more than 1%. After the news that the United States extended the time for investors to withdraw from the assets of Russian companies under sanctions, the price of aluminum changed a little. The decrease in commodity stocks of zinc, nickel and copper on the Shanghai futures exchange continued on Wednesday.