Ferrosilicon traders eye price recovery
Aug 02, 2013 | 03:08 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Ferrosilicon traders are looking to boost prices as the market awaits the outcome of a recently filed trade complaint, while little impact is expected from Chinas plans to shut ferroalloys production capacity.
Ferrosilicon remains at 88 to 90 cents per pound, with little new business reported. However, traders flagged up imminent price rises as the market awaits the outcome of an anti-dumping petition filed against imports from Russia and Venezuela (amm.com, July 22).....
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