Zinc producer Korea Zinc has entered into a $140 million investment agreement with Trafigura to build an “all-in-one” nickel refinery, it said on Friday November 17

Aluminium price on China’s economy Range-trading has characterized the LME aluminium price as the decline since the start of October attempts to stabilize. At the beginning of the year, market participants had overestimated China’s ability to stimulate its way out of the Covid-lockdown era, putting too much emphasis on a fast and robust recovery. However, as China’s economic […]

Fastmarkets’ special high grade zinc premium, delivered domestic US, US cents per lb, was published earlier than scheduled on Tuesday October 31 due to an error.

The London Metal Exchange (LME) is trialing the expansion of its closing price methodology across five of its base metals contracts ahead of launching next year, the exchange’s chief executive officer told Fastmarkets

Peruvian zinc-lead miner Volcan has suspended operations at its Islay mine since mid-July, mainly due to the weakening of the zinc price that has eroded mining margins, Fastmarkets has learned from industry sources

Fastmarkets has removed the premiums for zinc Southeast Asia which were published in error on Tuesday August 15.

Nonferrous scrap export volumes from the United States rose in October, with decreases in used beverage cans (UBCs), nickel and zinc scrap being offset by increases in aluminium, copper and lead scrap, according to the latest data from the US Department of Commerce. In year-to-date comparisons, however, only exports of aluminium scrap declined

Luxembourg-based recycler Befesa’s facility in Mooresboro, North Carolina, is the first in the world to manufacture special high-grade (SHG) zinc solely from recycled zinc

Base metals futures on the London Metal Exchange gave an overall positive performance during the morning trading session on Monday November 14, with the metals mostly continuing their upward trajectory from the previous week

Three-month prices for base metals on the London Metal Exchange all rose at the 5pm close of trading on Tuesday November 1, with nickel’s price increasing by 8.2%