A380.1 aluminum pushes upward as Nasaac price hits all-time high
Nov 30, 2005 | 11:11 AM
| Rory Carroll
U.S. prices for A380.1 aluminum alloy have strengthened in tandem with gains by the North American special aluminum alloy contract (Nasaac) on the London Metal Exchange.The three-month Nasaac price hit an all-time high Wednesday, climbing $20 a tonne from the previous day's close to end the final kerb session at $1,850 a tonne (84 cents per pound)-the highest close since the aluminum alloy contract began trading....
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