Aluminum market a Grinch as European premiums rise
Dec 20, 2013 | 12:24 PM
LONDON As the year draws to a close, base metal premiums tend to stagnate as activity levels fall and consumers head home for the holidays, but aluminum has other ideas.
European aluminum premiums climbed throughout the fourth quarter before settling in early December at $255 to $275 per tonne for duty-paid metal. ....
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