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IDLR USA INC trades commodities in a structured manner in the short term . In long term We plan to own supply and logistics sources. With a global presence we are well positioned to bridge the gap between commodity buyers and suppliers. We believe in giving complete end to end solution and services to our customers . We believe in sharing the knowledge to protect our stakeholder's interests.

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News Updates

  • BATTERY RAW MATERIALS MARKET REPORT 20/07: Lithium falls sharply on price war; manganese ore down
    An overview of the battery raw materials markets and their price moves from the past week.
  • GLOBAL CHROME SNAPSHOT: Chinese domestic price continues to soften on strong supply
    Key data in the pricing sessions in the week ended Friday July 20.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 20/07: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday July 20:
  • GLOBAL LITHIUM WRAP: Battle over market share triggers price war
    A battle over market share in China has triggered a price war, pushing domestic spot battery-grade lithium carbonate prices further down on Thursday July 19, while battery-grade lithium hydroxide prices also drifted with other global markets fairly stable.
  • Trade log July 2018: Lithium
    Trade log for battery-grade lithium carbonate in China including trades, bids and offers reported to Metal Bulletin.
  • CHINA MOLYBDENUM SNAPSHOT: Prices rise on strong market fundamentals; healthy export demand causes tight supply
    Key data from Metal Bulletin's Wednesday July 18 pricing session in China.
  • EUROPEAN MORNING BRIEF 19/07: SHFE base metals recover; South32's Mn ore output up 10%; Alcoa reins in full-year outlook
    Good morning from Metal Bulletin’s offices in Asia as we bring you the latest news and pricing stories on Thursday July 19.
  • South32’s manganese ore output rises 10% in FY18
    South32 has announced a 10% year-on-year increase in manganese ore production for the financial year ended June 30, 2018, and record performance in Australia amid strong demand and prices during the period.
  • TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Spot alloy prices hold up despite summer lull; 0.5% tin scrap price ticks up
    Key data from the Wednesday 18 July pricing session in Europe.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 18/07: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday July 18:
  • DLA holding tungsten ore, concentrates offering for July
    DLA Strategic Materials, part of the US Defense Logistics Agency, is holding its July tungsten ore and concentrates material offering this week.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: Chinese domestic prices slip amid production restarts; European market falls
    Chinese domestic ferro-silicon prices were affected by lackluster market activity last week, with buyers waiting for further declines following production restarts, while the European ferro-silicon market suffered losses amid sluggish summer demand.
  • GLOBAL TUNGSTEN WRAP: Chinese APT output up; Europe APT prices down on availability rise
    A production increase in the Chinese ammonium paratungstate (APT) market has pressed cargo prices in China and Europe, while a lack of demand for tungsten concentrates dragged the upstream market down.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: Strengthening Chinese market continues to boost global vanadium prices
    Global vanadium prices continued their ascent over the past week, with strength in the Chinese market setting the tone for the rest of the world.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Low grade ore prices overtake high grade amid higher producer sales prices
    Higher producer sales prices for 37% manganese ore have moved the low-grade market ahead of high grade in Metal Bulletin’s pricing session in the week ended Friday July 13.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Ore, alloy prices soften further amid subdued Chinese demand
    Ferro-chrome prices continued to fall in China on Friday July 13 after smelters restarts boosted the domestic supply outlook.
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