Copper scrap market slows, 2012 pickup eyed
Dec 22, 2011 | 01:26 PM
| Chris Prentice
NEW YORK The copper scrap market is grinding to a halt in the final days of 2011, leaving many hopeful that 2012 will bring a marked pickup in business, market participants told AMM.
"Its a typical quiet, as most people dont want to receive material before the first (of January)," one seller told AMM. "Whether itll be prolonged into the new year, I dont know. We do have some orders on the books for the first few weeks of January, but its not gangbusters."....
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