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Copper prices dropped by $267.50 on the London Metal Exchange on Friday March 7, giving the red metal its biggest one-day drop since December 2011.
South Africa’s electricity supply remains severely constrained with heavy rains continuing in the Mpumalanga and Gauteng regions, power utility Eskom said on March 7.
The following MB non-ferrous free market prices changed on Friday:
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Metal Bulletin editor Alex Harrison looks back on the key moves in metal markets over the past week.
High-grade manganese ore prices plummeted to their lowest level in 17 months on Friday March 7, as suppliers cut offers further due to poor demand, high inventories and weak ferro-alloys and steel markets.
Selenium prices held on Friday March 7, as producers kept offer prices high despite a lack of momentum and weakening prices in China.
The following MB non-ferrous European free market scrap prices changed on Friday:
European aluminium scrap prices fell on Friday March 7, as producers continued to source their requirements with little difficulty, despite increased demand for secondary aluminium ingots for the second quarter.
China’s demand for copper will grow in line with the country’s growth target of 7.5% for 2014, according to Baoming Li, chairman and party secretary of China’s largest smelter, Jiangxi Copper Co.
The latest minor metals transactions, bids, offers and assessments in Europe and China.