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By Manolo Serapio Jr
MANILA, May 18 (Reuters) - London aluminium futures slipped
for a third straight session on Friday as inventories increased,
easing worries over a supply shortage in the aftermath of U.S.
sanctions on major Russian producer Rusal.
On-warrant aluminium stocks in warehouses certified by the
London Metal Exchange - inventories that are not earmarked for
delivery - surged by 153,075 tonnes or 18 percent on Wednesday,
LME data showed on Thursday. <