Aluminum Scrap Prices Stress

Sep 14, 2016 | Non-Ferrous News

Metro Alloys, Aluminum ScrapAluminum prices met with continued downward pressure this week for London Metal Exchange (LME) contracts and scrap material.

Mill demand for aluminum scrap has been soft during September with several consumers out of the market entirely. Contracts for aluminum on the LME and COMEX (CME), which indirectly affect scrap prices, nudged lower with the LME three-month aluminum contract down 0.3 percent from last week and zinc-clips lower by as much as 1.8 percent. High-grade turnings were the exception, moving up about 1.8 percent over last week.

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