Aluminum in surplus as US demand slows
Nov 29, 2007 | 08:24 AM
| Matthew Lerner
Aluminum markets showed a third-quarter surplus as demand slowed in the United States and Europe but continued to grow in emerging markets, according to Paul Williams, CRU International Ltd. aluminum semis research manager.
"CRU believes that the primary market moved into surplus in the third quarter, although stocks on a day's consumption basis remain relatively low," Williams said in a report for the Aluminum Association, Washington.....
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