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Base metals prices on the London Metal Exchange were mostly lower during morning trading on Monday September 26, with the strong dollar and demand concerns still weighing on the market
Following market feedback on the discrepancy between machine shop turnings and other ferrous scrap grades in the Houston dealer selling market, Fastmarkets proposes a realignment of the remaining grades in Houston, effective from the October 2022 monthly settlement.
Key talking points at Fastmarkets’ International Aluminium conference, held in Barcelona, Spain, on September 12-15
The publication of Fastmarkets’ inferred alumina index for Thursday September 15 was delayed due to a technical error
Fastmarkets is proposing a comprehensive update of its nickel scrap prices to bring them in line with its global price reporting agency standards.
Fastmarkets is proposing a comprehensive update of its stainless steel scrap prices to bring them in line with its global price reporting agency standards.
Fastmarkets is extending the consultation period for its proposal to change the publication frequency of nickel sulfate prices cif China, Japan and Korea to weekly from monthly.
Fastmarkets is proposing to launch a mixed-hydroxide-precipitate, cif China, Japan and South Korea price assessment to track the market dynamics of this emerging nickel sulfate feedstock.
A tough winter is coming for the Aluminium industry, given high energy costs and falling demand, European aluminium market participants told Fastmarkets
Fastmarkets is revising its base metals publication schedule for September 19 following a decision by the London Metal Exchange to partially suspend ring-trading on the day, out of respect for the state funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
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