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Interest in recycling battery raw materials in the US has increased, particularly from the electronics and lithium-ion battery sectors, and due in part to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), according to New York-based Glencore trader Mary Schilling.

Fastmarkets is inviting feedback from the industry on the pricing methodology for its MB-IRO-0004 pig iron import, cfr Gulf of Mexico, US assessment as part of its annual methodology review process.

Fastmarkets invited feedback from the industry on the pricing methodology for its MB-STE-0185 steel cold-rolled coil, fob mill US, $/cwt; MB-STE-0186 steel hot-dipped galvanized coil (cold-rolled base), fob mill US, $/cwt; and MB-STE-0172 steel cut-to-length plate carbon grade, fob mill US, $/cwt between April 10 and May 10, 2024. This consultation was done as part of our published annual methodology review process.

The three-month copper price on the London Metal Exchange has slumped significantly since hitting an all-time high of $11,104.50 per tonne on Monday May 20

Copper fabricators in China and the wider Southeast Asian region continue to feel the pain of high copper prices on futures exchanges and a lack of new orderbooks, with some having already asked for a postponing of shipments of long-term copper cathodes, sources told Fastmarkets in the week to Wednesday, May 15.

Could the copper market bullish marathon be taking a mini break? Fastmarkets senior analyst Andy Farida looks at London Metal Exchange copper price movements.

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