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The gap between Chinese and European spot ferro-chrome prices diverged further this week as Chinese stainless steel mills slashed their purchase prices.
WEEK IN BRIEF: Base metal production cuts; SRB cobalt purchase; Neuestahl payment delays; Mn ore ownership dispute; Nyrstar fire
Metal Bulletin reviews some of the key news from the past five days in the metals markets.
The following MB non-ferrous European free market scrap prices changed on Friday November 27:
The latest news from the metal markets to start the day in North America on Friday November 27.
Swiss trading company Neuestahl has failed to pay or delayed payment for cargoes of metal and claims it cannot fulfil its obligations to suppliers, blaming the alleged actions of its end-customer.
Baosteel has lowered its December high-carbon ferro-chrome bid price to 5,620 yuan ($878.9) per tonne on Friday November 27, down 380 yuan from the November level, sources have told Metal Bulletin.
Mining companies globally are factoring in “lower for longer” commodity prices, as leverage levels across the sector stretch balance sheets and trigger a flood of asset sales, according to an executive at EY.
Manganese ore sales by South African miner Sebilo Resources have led to an ownership dispute involving Noble Resources and a company that partners with Gunvor Group.
A round-up of the latest metal markets news and price moves to start the Asian morning on Thursday November 26.
The Eurasian Economic Commission has proposed that anti-dumping duties of 26.3% be imposed on Ukrainian silico-manganese imports into the five Eurasian Economic Union countries for five years.