Ferrochrome prices climb on supply worries, demand
Aug 30, 2013 | 02:35 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK High-carbon ferrochrome prices have risen on the back of supply concerns and a reported increase in consumer demand.
The price range for high-carbon ferrochrome has increased to 97 cents to $1.02 per pound from 94 cents to $1 previously.
Market participants told AMM that traders are looking to hold firm on quotes around $1 per pound as supply struggles to keep up with demand.....
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