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News Updates

  • NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: Nickel prices fall; copper TC/RCs dip; China bauxite imports; Recycled Al conference; Mn ore market structure; tungsten prices rise
    Metal Bulletin rounds up some of the key news and price moves from the past week in the non-ferrous metals markets.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 17/11: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday November 17:
  • Noble Group reorganizes ores, metals business; starts liquidity talks with stakeholders
    Noble Group is reorganizing its special ores and metals and rare earth businesses into two subsidiaries while it starts talks with various shareholders on its capital structure and liquidity position.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 17/11: Nickel dive deepens; Chinese zinc smelting hits record; Citibank forecasts steep drop in manganese ore prices
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Friday November 17.
  • FORECAST: Citi predicts 30% drop in high-grade manganese ore prices by late 2018
    Citibank expects a steep drop in high grade manganese ore prices by the end of next year, as it maintains its bearish view on the steel-making raw material in the medium to long term.
  • NORTH AMERICAN MORNING BRIEF 16/11: Tshipi mine sale cancelled; Lord Copper on nickel; ferrous scrap prices in Italy higher
    Key news and price moves to get you off to a good start during the North American morning on Thursday November 16.
  • CHINA TUNGSTEN SNAPSHOT: Prices rebound amid low availability of concentrates
    Key data from Metal Bulletin’s Wednesday November 15 pricing session in China.
  • CHINA MOLYBDENUM SNAPSHOT: Prices recover amid strengthening ferro-molybdenum market
    Key data from Metal Bulletin's Wednesday November 15 pricing session in China.
  • Tshipi shareholders cancel sale process; Jupiter considers its own strategic future
    Plans for a sale or listing of the Tshipi manganese mine have been cancelled and its owner, Jupiter Mines, is considering similar options for its own future.
  • XIAMEN TUNGSTEN CONF: Four things we learned in Xiamen
    Reporter Anna Xu wraps up four key things Metal Bulletin learned at the annual tungsten, vanadium and titanium conference held in Xiamen city, in China’s Fujian province, on November 9-10.
  • Outokumpu invests $293mln in Kemi chrome ore mine
    Finnish ferro-chrome producer Outokumpu will invest €250 million ($293 million) in 2017-2020 to secure continuous chrome ore supply from its Kemi mine in Finland for the coming decades, the company said.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 15/11: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday November 15:
  • Manganese ore 37% content cif China to reference a growing, volatile market
    Strong demand from China’s domestic steel market has facilitated a change in spot contract terms in the 37% manganese ore market in the past two years, with deals now increasingly concluded on a cif China basis, according to data collected by Metal Bulletin over recent years.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 15/11: Nickel retreats; investors make bearish zinc bets; Century mine could reopen in 2018
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Wednesday November 15.
  • US MORNING BRIEF 14/11: LME base metals weaker; zinc prices to remain firm over next few years; global ferro-silicon wrap
    Key news and price moves to get you off to a good start during the US morning on November 14.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: China spot price holds steady amid tight supply; inactivity weighs on US, EU prices
    Global ferro-silicon markets remained largely inactive last week, with prices suffering slight declines in the US and European markets.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 14/11: Nickel, copper at head of base metals price rebound; vanadium rallies further in China; manganese ore holds steady
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Tuesday November 14.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: FeV, V2O5 prices recover with demand; upstream tightens
    Vanadium prices continued to rally last week in China, Europe and the US, recovering some of their recent losses, while upstream tightness took its toll on the market.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Mn ore prices hold; alloy weakens in China, flatlines outside Asia
    Manganese ore prices hold steady while alloy prices weaken or hold in most global regions.
  • XIAMEN TUNGSTEN CONF: Environment tax will add 2,000 yuan/t on APT costs from 2018
    The Environment Tax Law, effective from January 1, 2018, will add up to 2,000 yuan ($301) per tonne to ammonium paratungstate (APT) costs, sources reported to Metal Bulletin at the conference held on November 9-10 in Xiamen city, Fujian province, China.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: China weakens again, drags down other Asian markets; US market ticks higher
    The downward trend in Chinese ferro-chrome and UG2 prices persisted last week, taking other Asian markets with it while ample supplies against slow buying interest weighed on markets.
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