Copper scrap draws few takers at 80¢/lb.
Dec 17, 2008 | 10:58 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Copper scrap offered by the U.S. Defense Department drew a few takers above the 80-cent-a-pound mark on Tuesday, but most transactions were below 70 cents a pound.
Turnings, shavings and discs went for 96 cents a pound in Alabama. Clean bronze and brass at the same base went for 89 cents a pound in bidding via the Web. The per-pound values are calculated to include an automatic 10-percent fee when the sale actually occurs.....
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