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More movement expected in September
Reports suggest plastics recyclers in the US and Canada are being hit hard by China’s crackdown on contaminated recycling shipments.
Non-ferrous - 1 MarchSubscription
Base metals have been weakening in recent weeks and traders are not showing a great deal of confidence. The LME copper price at the time of writing stood around £5,145, down on the previous week by £102 per tonne and just up on January prices by 0.5% (£26 per tonne).
Global news - 30 November 2012Subscription
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Non-ferrous metals - 30 November 2012Subscription
As the year draws to a close, MRW’s researcher David Pellett looks at the non-ferrous market over the past 12 months
Non-ferrous metals - 2 November 2012Subscription
Metal markets had reportedly started to lift with the news that the New York trading floors would reopen following hurricane Sandy’s devastation of the US east coast.
Non-ferrous metals - 5 OctoberSubscription
Copper, Nickel and alloys, Ingots, White metals, and High-value metals all covered in this week’s non-ferrous report
Non-ferrous metals - 21 SeptemberSubscription
The technical markets were cheered by news that the US Federal Bank was set to engage in another round of quantitative easing.
Ferrous metals - UK market overview - 24 AugustSubscription
The home steel mills finally settled August prices last week and, overall, they have lifted by an average of £5 per tonne.
Non-ferrous metals - 24 August 2012Subscription
At the start of the week, non-ferrous prices had fallen sharply against the backdrop of dire economic data. Compared with August 2011, scrap copper prices are down by at least 19%, when prices averaged at £5,000 per tonne.