Low ferrosilicon stocks catch EU buyers by surprise
Feb 19, 2013 | 11:42 AM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
LONDON Ferrosilicon prices continued to rise Feb. 15 after buyers were surprised by the impact on stocks of recent production cuts.
Material traded at 1,090 to 1,140 ($1,456 to $1,523) per tonne, delivered Europe, up from 1,080 to 1,120 at the beginning of the month, when prices had risen by 10 at the high end of the range. ....
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