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    LME building tech to list parallel contracts

    Sep 22, 2017

    The London Metal Exchange has been investing in and building on its technological capabilities, which will give it the ability to list many products simultaneously, chief executive officer Matthew Chamberlain told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin. More »

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    New platforms seen as complementary: LME CEO

    Sep 22, 2017

    New trading platforms could serve a complementary function rather than a competitive role with the London Metal Exchange, chief executive officer Matt Chamberlain said in an interview. More »

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    New LME member category to grow vols: CEO

    Sep 22, 2017

    The London Metal Exchange is planning to introduce a new category of membership, the interdealer brokers or the introducing broker category, which will help the exchange grow its volumes in new products, including ferrous markets, chief executive officer Matthew Chamberlain said. More »

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    Steel Section 232 said still in the hopper

    Sep 21, 2017

    The Section 232 investigation into steel imports by President Donald Trump's administration has been delayed but not derailed, an industry analyst close to the matter said. More »

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    Global DRI output up 3% in August: Worldsteel

    Sep 22, 2017

    Global output of direct-reduced iron (DRI) increased by 2.57% year on year in August, according to the World Steel Association (Worldsteel). More »

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    Hernic Ferrochrome enters business rescue

    Sep 22, 2017

    South African alloy producer Hernic Ferrochrome said it has entered business rescue and is expected to be in breach of certain conditions of its main credit facility. More »

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    Aluminium maintains faith in auto prospects

    Sep 21, 2017

    Aluminium market participants this week affirmed their optimism in the metal's growth prospects in automotive, despite potential bumps in the road coming in the form of auto sales declines and regulatory uncertainty. More »

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    Benchmark iron ore index dives below $65/T

    Sep 22, 2017

    Seaborne iron ore prices dropped further on September 21, with worries about demand—prompted by impending steel output cuts—weighing further on the outlook, according to AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin. More »

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    Metals morning view: Base metals pressured

    Sep 22, 2017

    Base metals are for the most part weaker this morning, September 22, except for tin, which is up by 0.2%, and zinc, which is little changed. More »

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    US steel sheet import prices rise; plate dips

    Sep 21, 2017

    US import prices for cold-rolled and hot-dipped galvanized coil have increased as supplies reaching domestic shores are said to be limited, while prices for imported plate declined amid buyer indifference, according to market participants. More »

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    Global ferroalloys pricing on September 21

    Sep 21, 2017

    The latest global ferroalloy price list as reported by AMM and Metal Bulletin price reporters. More »

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    PRICING NOTICE: Montreal shredded scrap

    Sep 21, 2017

    AMM has realigned its Montreal shredded scrap dealer buying price effective with its September settlement. More »

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    PRICING NOTICE: Nickel scrap and alloy specs

    Sep 15, 2017

    AMM is seeking feedback on a proposal to launch 11 new grades of nickel scrap, nickel-chrome-copper alloys and nickel-chrome-iron alloys in the United States beginning Tuesday, October 17, 2017, subject to market consultation. More »

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    PRICING NOTICE: Nickel scrap, alloy rationale

    Sep 15, 2017

    AMM is seeking feedback on a proposal to amend its assessment for nickel scrap, nickel-chrome-copper alloys and nickel-chrome-iron alloys that are used as blends in the stainless steel industry. More »

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