Spot nickel premiums slide on surplus
Aug 21, 2014 | 05:34 PM
| Rey Mashayekhi
NEW YORK Spot premiums for refined nickel units in the North American market have slipped in recent weeks, with industry sources noting a surplus of available material on the market and a late-summer slowdown in trading activity.
AMMs spot melting-grade nickel premium assessment fell to 23 to 28 cents per pound Aug. 20 from 25 to 30 cents previously, while spot plating-grade premiums held at 60 to 70 cents per pound.....
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