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News Updates

  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 16/03: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday March 16:
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 16/03: Most base metals drift but zinc, lead buck trend; Norway's Finnfjord to reduce ferro-silicon output due to maintenance; miners arrive in DRC for talks to resolve dispute on code
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Friday March 16.
  • Finnfjord to carry out delayed maintenance work at ferro-silicon plants in Q2, source says
    Norwegian ferro-silicon producer Finnfjord Smelteverk will cut about 5,000 tonnes of production between April and June of this year because of planned maintenance to its furnaces, according to an industry source.
  • European molybdic oxide, ferro-molybdenum markets ease on profit taking
    Spot prices for European molybdic oxide and ferro-molybdenum have eased in Metal Bulletin’s midweek assessment, with dealers booking profits after a market rally for much of the year to date.
  • ASIAN FERRO-ALLOYS CONF: Limited Chinese ferro-silicon exports influencing global market
    China led upward momentum in the global ferro-silicon price in December last year, disproving opinions that China had lost its foothold on the global ferro-silicon market because its export volumes only account for about 20% of total output.
  • INTERVIEW: LME modifying technology to allow for multiple contract launches this year, CEO says
    The London Metal Exchange is modifying its technology to allow it to launch multiple contracts at once, something it plans to do at the end of the year, according to the exchange’s chief executive officer.
  • EUROPEAN MORNING BRIEF 15/03: SHFE base metals prices broadly weaker; US nickel premiums strengthen; LME to review discounted fees structure
    Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s office in Shanghai as we bring you the latest news and pricing stories on Thursday March 15.
  • TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Alloy market eases amid slower trading activity, scrap market flat
    Key data from the Wednesday March 14 pricing session in Europe.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 14/04: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday March 14:
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 14/03: Minor metals
    The following Metal Bulletin minor metals prices changed on Wednesday March 14:
  • Soaring manganese ore prices prompt iron ore producer Atlas to diversify
    Atlas Iron is moving into the export market for manganese ore as prices continue to rally, the company said.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 14/03: Lead logs biggest rebound on LME; early start to labor talks at Chilean copper mines may help mitigate supply risks, Antofagasta CEO says; cobalt prices gain further ground
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Wednesday March 14.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Appreciation of South African rand drives UG2 chrome ore, charge chrome prices higher
    Upper group two (UG2) chrome ore and charge chrome prices were firmer on good demand and appreciation of the South African rand, while Asian ferro-chrome prices were mixed and US and European ferro-chrome prices were stable.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Manganese ore producers boost offer prices against perceived strong end-user demand
    The manganese ore price-trend outlook was firmly above $8 per dry metric tonne unit (dmtu) on Friday March 9, while producers reckon consumer interest will act as support, though there was a downbeat assessment among consumers.
  • PRICING NOTICE: Correction to Metal Bulletin 44% manganese ore index
    Due to a data collection and calculation error, Metal Bulletin’s 44% manganese ore index was published incorrectly on March 9.
  • Trade log February 2018: Ferro-tungsten, APT
    The latest ferro-tungsten and ammonium paratungstate (APT) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe, Vietnam and China, with blue tungsten oxide (BTO) and yellow tungsten oxide (YTO) deals taken into consideration.
  • Trade log March 2018: Ferro-tungsten, APT
    The latest ferro-tungsten and ammonium paratungstate (APT) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe, Vietnam and China, with blue tungsten oxide (BTO) and yellow tungsten oxide (YTO) deals taken into consideration.
  • Traders drive manganese rally while smelters sit out
    Traders in China are playing a key role in continuing the rally in manganese ore prices, nearly two weeks after end-users met to agree a price ceiling, market sources told Metal Bulletin.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: European, US prices surge amid significant supply concerns, outpacing Chinese upward moves
    The Chinese vanadium market edged upward despite limited trading activity, while the European and US ferro-vanadium markets surged on significant supply concerns.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 13/03: Base metals prices slump on LME; Int’l Copper Conference participants discuss state of market; Asian aluminium market mixed on Australia's exemption from US tariffs
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Tuesday March 13.
  • GLOBAL TUNGSTEN WRAP: APT prices continue to rise amid tightening Chinese supply
    Spot prices for ammonium paratungstate (APT) and tungsten concentrates continued to rise last week when sellers raised their offers or declined to offer at all while Chinese raw materials are in tight supply.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: Slow demand hurts Chinese price; European price range widens while US slips
    The Chinese ferro-silicon spot market slumped over the past week because of slow demand from key consumers in the steel and magnesium sectors.
  • CHINA MAGNESIUM SNAPSHOT: Prices slide on declining ferro-silicon price
    Key data from Friday March 9 pricing session in Shanghai.
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