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LME METALS round-up: 11 MaySubscription
There was enough good news this week to keep base metal prices broadly steady. What had most impact was the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ announcement that the US economy had created 165,000 jobs in April.
Better tracking will keep ELVs in the systemSubscription
The ease with which criminals can ‘cash in’ scrap metal has catalysed the enormous rise in metal theft, says Charles Ambrose, Chairman of the Motor Vehicle Dismantlers Association
Melton Borough Council is to introduce a commingled collection service in a bid to slash costs and increase recycling.
Ferrous metals - 11 January 2013Subscription
Ferrous metal merchants in the UK will not be looking back to 1 January as the start of a bright New Year. Instead, 2013 arrives as nothing more than an extension of a time in which they are plagued by raw material shortages and ever-diminishing economies of scale. Supplies of new production scrap ex factories remain scarce, supplies of heavy demolition type scrap are also scarce and many shredders will lie idle for up to half the month due to a shortage of mixed and lighter grades. ...
LME - 25 May 2013Subscription
The possibility that the printing press might run dry has threatened to stem the flow of money into commodities that has supported metal prices
LME 6 July 2013Subscription
Metal prices were a little steadier this week as the panic subsided over the probable tapering of US quantitative easing
LME METALS round-up: 1 MarchSubscription
The metal markets were nervous and uncertain at the start of this week because there were three potential misfortunes waiting to happen.
LME METALS round-up: 15 MarchSubscription
The metal markets were torn between jumping on the bandwagon of the US economy that was said to be taking off or worrying that they would be grounded by the resulting firmer dollar. Furthermore, European news was still poor.
LME METALS round-up: 22 MarchSubscription
The metal markets were undermined by the deal concocted by the EU and the International Monetary Fund to bail out the banks in Cyprus.
LME metals round-up: 26 April 2013Subscription
The metals markets are fighting to resist pessimism.