Secondary aluminum prices lose ground; few buys seen
Dec 09, 2008 | 11:37 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Although the deep recession has left aluminum scrap consumers with little appetite for material, low prices have balanced the market and then some.
"There's just nothing coming in," one scrapyard manager said, noting that over-the-scale intake is down about 70 percent. "I've just wasted my time here for the last two weeks."....
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