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  • How Metal Bulletin prices illiquid markets: minors and alloys – web seminar Q&A
    Here are the answers to key questions raised during Metal Bulletin’s recent web seminar, covering price discovery in illiquid spot markets.
  • NORTH AMERICAN MORNING BRIEF 19/09: Global chrome wrap; copper TC/RCs jump 5%; Sapa reopens Bedwas factory
    The latest metal markets news and price moves for the start of the North American day on Tuesday September 19.
  • GLOBAL CHROME WRAP: Chinese domestic market slides on stainless downturn; charge chrome, UG2 prices continue upward run
    Chinese spot domestic ferro-chrome prices continued to weaken last week amid lower stainless steel and nickel prices, yet the outlook for October tender prices remains positive. Meanwhile, charge chrome and UG2 cif China prices edged up due to the tight supply of South African material and limited transportation capacity at ports in the country.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 19/09: Aluminium bucks trend as base metals rise; vanadium prices narrow; Codelco earmarks $1.9bn for smelter upgrades
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Tuesday, September 19.
  • GLOBAL VANADIUM WRAP: Chinese prices fall on operation restarts following enforced environmental closures
    Regional variations in vanadium prices narrowed last week with consumers reluctant to buy in a weakening market, while production restarts in China suggest tightness will ease in the coming weeks.
  • NORTH AMERICAN MORNING BRIEF 18/09: Manganese ore prices firm; Hanrui cobalt interview; Red Dog production guidance lifted
    The latest metal markets news and price moves for the start of the North American day on Monday September 18.
  • GLOBAL FERRO-SILICON WRAP: Chinese prices weaken again in line with renewed supply; US market climbs
    Ferro-silicon prices in China continued to drop last week after consumers and traders shied away from purchasing and supply increased in Ningxia province; meanwhile US prices increased on low availability.
  • GLOBAL MANGANESE WRAP: Ore prices keep rising on stock drawdown, steel sector strength
    Manganese ore prices continued to firm on Friday September 15 as sentiment was boosted by a gradual drawdown in stocks in China and anticipation of further strengthening in the steel sector.
  • Trade log September 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 September 2017: Ferro-vanadium and vanadium pentoxide
    The latest ferro-vanadium and vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 15/09: Noble alloys, bulk alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys, bulk alloys and ores prices changed on Friday September 15:
  • PRICING NOTICE: Delay in publication of weekly Asian ferro-chrome prices
    Due to a technical issue, Metal Bulletin’s weekly assessment of Asian high-carbon ferro-chrome prices did not appear in the Metal Bulletin price book on Thursday September 14.
  • ASIAN MORNING BRIEF 15/09: LME copper logs third daily drop; Rusal’s focus on value-added aluminium affects delivery contract with Glencore; low ferro-chrome prices drive Richards Bay Alloys to shut South Africa plant for three months
    The latest news and price moves to start the Asian day on Friday, September 15.
  • Rising production, ferro-silicon costs help maintain Turkish rebar prices
    Turkish long steel export prices were mostly stable over the past week, as falling imported scrap costs were offset by rising ferro-silicon and production costs, sources said on Thursday September 14.
  • Richards Bay Alloys suffers assumed loss amid low ferro-chrome prices, seeks lower costs
    Traxys subsidiary Richards Bay Alloys has made an assumed loss due to low ferro-chrome prices over the past few months and is working to cut costs for the future, according to a letter sent to employees on September 1.
  • CHINA TUNGSTEN SNAPSHOT: Domestic concentrate price falls; APT, FeW export prices climb
    Key data from Metal Bulletin’s Wednesday September 13 pricing session in China.
  • NORTH AMERICAN MORNING BRIEF 14/09: LME copper stocks rise; Richards Bay Alloys suspension; China’s Al output down
    Key price moves and news to get you off to a good start during the North American morning on Thursday September 14.
  • LME volumes shoot up in August; Al up 24% y-o-y
    The London Metal Exchange’s average daily volumes (ADVs) increased for the second month in a row, climbing 16.8% in August from the previous year.
  • Traxys' Richards Bay Alloys shuts down for three months
    Traxys subsidiary Richards Bay Alloys has suspended operations at its ferro-chrome furnace in South Africa for three months due to “low international ferro-chrome prices,” the company has confirmed.
  • Brazil sees increase in ferro-alloys exports in August
    Brazilian exports of ferro-alloys grew 34.50% in August compared with the same month in 2016, boosted by higher ferro-nickel and ferro-silicon shipments.
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 13/09: Minor metals
    The following Metal Bulletin minor metals prices changed on Wednesday September 13:
  • MB NON-FERROUS PRICE CHANGES 13/09: Noble alloys & ores
    The following Metal Bulletin noble alloys and ores prices changed on Wednesday September 13:
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