Nickel volatility just one 'if' to upset UK stainless calm
Nov 24, 2004 | 12:03 PM
The U.K. stainless scrap market is static, with prices for 18-8 solids steady at £750 to £780 ($1,400 to $1,450) a tonne, and volatility in primary nickel prices likely to be the only driver of change ahead of a two-week shutdown by mills for the Christmas holidays, one independent British scrap trader....
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