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,,Man is a wolf to man''

News - 15 Oct 13

In all the market assessments of the oryx commodity review, nickel in scrap has never been valued as low as now, while the value of primary nickel (LME grade) dealt on the futures market of the London Metal Exchange (LME) is apparently still worth 100% of its market price. There may even be a possible surcharge imposed for physical delivery. Discounts at the time directly after the Lehman crash were not even higher than now. It is not just the ordinary person who can hardly understand this, since after nickel has gone through the smelting stage....

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Export restrictions for Europe is not an alternative

News - 12 Sep 13

Stainless steel industry/ZEW study on raw material trade barriers

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Press Release

News - 12 Sep 13

Export restrictions for Europe is not an alternative

Stainless steel industry/ZEW study on raw material trade barriers

  • Europe must rely on the development of international trade agreements for the security of raw materials
  • China has the most extensive trade restrictions worlwide

As net importer of the main components of stainless steel, open markets are in Europe’s interest. Cutting off its own market through trade barriers with the objective of an increased supply security is....

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Just where exactly, is the economic advantage?

News - 12 Sep 13

The change in trend which had been seen at the start to mid August in the nickel market could not be upheld. The positive momentum created by globally improved economic data could not be taken advantage of. There was actually a downwards correction in the market again which saw prices just below the USD 15,000.00/mt level. Especially aggravating the situation were the deeper discussions taking place in the Federal Reserve Bank to make a start on withdrawing its expansive money policy measures. The result has seen an....

 

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Where have all the millions gone, long time passing?

News - 19 Aug 13

Prices Since the 8th July 2013 a change in trend in the course of nickel prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) can be spoken about. Since this time, with just the odd price correction now and again, nickel prices have been basically in an upwards trend. After the relative low point of USD 13,300.00/mt, rates have been clearly moving up. At present, prices are about the same as for the 100 day average at around....

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