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  • Alcoa tries to restore ABI smelter to normal Nov 04, 2010

    Alcoa Inc. is working to restore normal operations at its ABI smelter in Becancour, Quebec, in an effort to end the flow of off-grade aluminum from the plant.

  • Titanium shipments surprisingly strong Nov 04, 2010

    Unusually strong titanium shipment figures from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) underline the strength of this year’s turnaround in demand as the production of upstream material suggests continuing strength.

  • ATI to begin qualifications on rotor-grade sponge in 2011 Nov 04, 2010

    Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) is looking to start qualification procedures for rotor-grade titanium sponge in 2011.

  • Titanium shipments surprisingly strong Nov 04, 2010

    Unusually strong titanium shipment figures from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) underline the strength of this year’s turnaround in demand as the production of upstream material suggests continuing strength.

  • LME chief says lending rules ‘robust enough’ to prevent disruption Nov 04, 2010

    The London Metal Exchange’s lending guidance is robust enough to prevent dominant positions from disrupting the market, Martin Abbott, LME’s chief executive officer, said Wednesday at an American Tin Trade Association dinner.

  • Interest in ETFs, ETNs up in October Nov 04, 2010

    Assets held in commodity exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and exchange-traded notes (ETNs) grew to $93.45 billion last month, up nearly 4 percent from September and 41 percent from a year earlier, according to National Stock Exchange data.

  • LME chief says lending rules robust enough to prevent disruption Nov 04, 2010

    The London Metal Exchange’s lending guidance is robust enough to prevent dominant positions from disrupting the market, Martin Abbott, LME’s chief executive officer, said Wednesday at an American Tin Trade Association dinner.

  • Strike looming at Collahuasi Mine Nov 04, 2010

    A strike at Chile’s Collahuasi copper mine is looming after union representatives rejected the latest contract offer.

  • Breakwater looks to reopen Langlois, net income triples Nov 04, 2010

    Breakwater Resources Ltd. is working toward reopening its Langlois copper-zinc mine in Quebec in the first quarter of 2012, the company said as it reported a tripling in third-quarter net income.

  • Chinese ferrosilicon prices at two-year high Nov 04, 2010

    China’s ferrosilicon market remained bullish this week, with prices hitting a two-year high of 9,000 yuan ($1,351) per tonne on continuing supply concerns.

  • US, Canadian aluminum shipments ease in September Nov 04, 2010

    Aluminum shipments by U.S. and Canadian producers dipped slightly in September after a stronger-than-anticipated August, with total shipments falling 0.3 percent to 1.63 million pounds.

  • Alcoa tries to restore ABI smelter to normal output Nov 04, 2010

    Alcoa Inc. is working to restore normal operations at its ABI smelter in Becancour, Quebec, in an effort stymie the flow of off-grade aluminum from the plant.

  • Strike looming at Collahuasi Mine Nov 04, 2010

    A strike at Chile’s Collahuasi copper mine is looming after union representatives rejected the latest contract offer.

  • Abbott warns about possible impact of conflict minerals law on secondary market Nov 04, 2010

    Conflict mineral regulation included in the Dodd-Frank Act could have repercussions for the secondary tin market, according to London Metal Exchange chief executive Martin Abbott.

  • US, Canadian aluminum shipments ease in Sept. Nov 04, 2010

    Aluminum shipments by U.S. and Canadian producers dipped slightly in September after a stronger than anticipated August, with total shipments falling 0.3 percent to 1.63 million pounds.

  • Abbott warns of affect on tin of ‘conflict’ rule Nov 04, 2010

    Conflict mineral regulation included in the Dodd-Frank Act could have repercussions for the secondary tin market, according to London Metal Exchange chief executive Martin Abbott.

  • Breakwater looks to reopen Langlois, net income triples Nov 04, 2010

    Breakwater Resources Ltd. is working toward reopening its Langlois copper-zinc mine in Quebec in the first quarter of 2012, the company said as it reported a tripling in third-quarter net income.

  • Interest in ETFs, ETNs up in October Nov 04, 2010

    Assets held in commodity exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and exchange-traded notes (ETNs) grew to $93.45 billion last month, up nearly 4 percent from September and 41 percent from a year earlier, according to National Stock Exchange data.

  • Timet’s third-quarter net income jumps on rising demand Nov 03, 2010

    Despite declines in average selling prices, Titanium Metals Corp. (Timet) posted third-quarter earnings nearly 20 times higher than a year earlier on sales that rose 15.9 percent thanks to commercial aircraft demand that helped spur shipments of both melted and mill products.

  • Timet income jumps on rising demand for commercial aircraft despite lower tags Nov 03, 2010

    Despite declines in average selling prices, Titanium Metals Corp. (Timet) posted third-quarter earnings nearly 20 times higher than a year earlier on sales that rose 15.9 percent thanks to commercial aircraft demand that helped spur shipments of both melted and mill products.

  • MF Global says tin may hit $30,000/tonne by year-end Nov 03, 2010

    Tin prices could hit $30,000 per tonne by year-end and climb to between $35,000 and $40,000 in 2011, according to Fred Demler, head of commodities at MF Global Holdings Ltd.

  • Copper ETF fees may deter investors, say traders Nov 03, 2010

    Administrative and warehousing fees could deter retail investors from buying into physically backed exchange-traded funds (ETFs), market participants warned as they cast doubts on the funds’ abilities to offer low cost exposure to the red metal.

  • MF Global says tin may hit $30,000/tonne by year-end Nov 03, 2010

    Tin prices could hit $30,000 per tonne by year-end and climb to between $35,000 and $40,000 in 2011, according to Fred Demler, head of commodities at MF Global Holdings Ltd.

  • RTI sees shipments increasing more than 10 percent this year Nov 03, 2010

    RTI International Metals Inc. has raised its 2010 titanium shipment forecast by more than 10 percent even as the Pittsburgh-based producer reported a wider loss in the third quarter, due in large part to tax issues.

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