Aluminum scrap loses brief flicker as prices edge lower
Nov 12, 2008 | 10:02 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Last week's hint of effervescence in the aluminum scrap market has largely vanished as prices showed some weakening.
The export market, with the exception of Japan, remains a bit more active than it was in October, though quantities remain modest. "It's there on a spotty basis," one market participant said.
Sheet and cast prices paid by U.S. smelters fell slightly during the past week, now centering in a range of 35 to 36 cents a pound, down by a penny.....
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