(D) – German wholesale buying-in prices for non-ferrous scrap metals saw some declines in mid-September. Prices for copper scrap fell by €5 per 100 kg on average. Bright copper wire scrap (Kabul) and chopped copper wire scrap Ia (Kasus) were fetching just €490-493 per 100 kg. Chopped copper wire scrap II (Katze) ...
The non-ferrous metals market in Germany
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