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News Updates

  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 28/07: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday July 28:
  • Trade log July 2017: Ferro-tungsten and APT
    The latest ferro-tungsten and ammonium paratungstate (APT) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe, Vietnam and China. Blue tungsten oxide (BTO) and yellow tungsten oxide (YTO) deals are taken into consideration.
  • Trade log July 2017: Ferro-vanadium and vanadium pentoxide
    The latest ferro-vanadium and vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe.
  • Mount Polley to restart after wildfires, Imperial Metals says
    Mount Polley mine operations will resume next week and are expected to be back to normal by August 2, according to its owner, Imperial Metals Corporation.
  • FOCUS: Tsingshan Group’s unchanged ferro-chrome bid price reflects stainless demand, lower imports
    Chinese stainless steel mill Tsingshan Group has announced an unchanged high-carbon ferro-chrome tender price for August – with a strong stainless steel sector and falling ferro-chrome imports meaning mills are seeking to secure domestic supply.
  • CHINA VANADIUM SNAPSHOT: Export price soars on production halts, low inventory in China
    Key data from the Thursday July 27 pricing session in Shanghai.
  • Eramet manganese ore output up 27.4% y-o-y in H1
    Eramet’s manganese ore production reached a record level of 1.9 million tonnes in the first half of 2017, the company said in its half-year operating report released on Thursday July 27.
  • Lack of detail clouds potential impact on moly prices of start-up at Asia’s largest mine
    Molybdenum market observers are uncertain about the potential impact on the market of a start-up at Shapinggou – the largest molybdenum reserve in Asia – given a lack of information about its owner’s production plan.
  • Tungsten prices higher on bullish market sentiment
    Chinese tungsten prices continued to rally as market sentiment remains bullish while supply is tight and operation rates are low.
  • Glencore reports 10% higher H1 ferro-chrome output; reduces full-year guidance
    Glencore has reported a 10% year-on-year increase in ferro-chrome production for the first half of the year.
  • GLENCORE AT A GLANCE: Q2 production results
    Summary of Glencore’s 2016 second-quarter production results.
  • Freeport could list stake in Indonesia unit on local stock exchange
    US copper producer Freeport-McMoRan could start to reduce its stake in its Indonesian subsidiary by selling around 10% on the country’s stock exchange, according to the company’s ceo.
  • European ferro-vanadium prices soar to 8-year high as China rallies, traders restock
    Ferro-vanadium prices surged 20.3% in Europe in the first half of the week, as upstream supply concerns continued to unnerve the market and give momentum to still higher prices.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 26/07: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday July 26:
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 26/07: Minor metals
    The following Metal Bulletin minor metals prices changed on Wednesday July 26:
  • CHINA MOLYBDENUM SNAPSHOT: Prices continue to rise amid tight supply
    Key data from Metal Bulletin's Wednesday July 26 pricing session in China.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Ore prices keep rising, fuelled by SiMn futures
    Manganese ore prices continued rising on Friday July 21 as a result of a rally in silico-manganese futures prices earlier on the week and a stronger steel sector.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Chinese outlook divided on upcoming tender prices; US, EU markets stable amid slowdown [CORRECTED]
    Spot prices for ferro-chrome have fallen slightly in China as the market awaits August tender price announcements from the main stainless steel mills.
  • PRICING NOTICE: Correction to China charge chrome price, European ferro-chrome benchmark indicator
    Due to a calculation error, Metal Bulletin’s weekly ferro-chrome China import charge chrome price and European ferro-chrome benchmark indicator were published incorrectly on Friday July 21.
  • Antofagasta’s copper production rises 7.1% in H1
    Antofagasta saw its copper production rise 7.1% year-on-year during the first six months of the year, driven primarily by higher output at the miner’s Centinela and Antucoya operations.
  • Russia plans investment in country’s largest manganese field to reduce dependence on imports
    The Russian government, together with private investors, plans to invest up to $300 million in developing the Usinskoe manganese field, Russia’s largest manganese reserve.
  • Largo Resources nears debt restructure, equity conversion agreement
    Vanadium producer Largo Resources, and its operating subsidiary Vanádio de Maracás, has agreed a non-binding term sheet with Brazil’s Banco Pine to restructure and convert its existing debt facilities.
  • EU stainless steel surcharges for August fall after Q3 FeCr benchmark drop
    Alloy surcharges in Europe for August deliveries of grade-304 cold rolled (CR) stainless steel sheet have fallen by €74-85 ($86-99) per tonne month-on-month.
  • Finland's Outokumpu expects 'significantly lower' Q3 2017 earnings
    Finnish stainless steelmaker Outokumpu expects to report “significantly lower” third-quarter adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) in comparison with the second quarter, it said on Tuesday July 25.
  • NORTH AMERICAN MORNING BRIEF 25/07: Freeport’s Kokkola asset; Gécamines DRC financing claims; Brazilian bauxite exports
    The latest metal markets news and price moves for the start of the North American day on Tuesday July 25.
  • DAVIES ON ORES: South African manganese shipments flush out the market’s top concerns
    Soaring manganese ore shipments from South Africa have spooked market participants into doubting the sustainability of recent price rises as they balance the threat of a new stock build against recent strong demand from China and India.
  • Chinese manganese ore imports rise 28.7% y-o-y in June
    China’s manganese ore imports rose 28.7% year-on-year in June, reflecting robust demand in the country as well as increased supply from South African mines.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 25/07: Most base metals climb; antimony prices rise in China; ferro-silicon gains ground
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Tuesday, July 25.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: China up as European, US markets stabilise
    The Chinese ferro-silicon market has climbed amid a shortage of supplies and increased raw materials costs, while the USA and Europe are holding despite little spot buying interest amid the seasonal slowdown.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: Environmental inspections end lower prices in Europe, USA; China hold onto premium
    Concerns over upstream vanadium supplies provided the backdrop for a burst of trader restocking in Europe and the USA last week, though the Chinese market held on to its premium status despite sharp price increases elsewhere.
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