Mill-grade aluminum scrap tags move higher with LME
May 13, 2014 | 04:27 PM
| Bhavna Patel
NEW YORK Secondary aluminum scrap prices recorded a mixed start to the week of May 12, as some grades increased while others remained flat.
Some market participants attributed the price change to a rise in the London Metal Exchanges three-month aluminum contract, which ended May 12 at $1,784 per tonne (80.9 cents per pound) up from $1,762 per tonne (79.9 cents per pound) May 9.....
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