(D) – The surge in copper prices has come to an end, at least for the time being. Over just a few days, the price for LME three-month futures plunged by $1000 per tonne, triggering declines in scrap prices. According to the news agency MBI, wholesale buying-in prices for copper scrap dropped €20 per 100 kg in ...
The non-ferrous scrap metals market in Germany
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