(D) – The price of copper on the LME exceeded the $6,250/t mark at middle of January, raising scrap prices as well. With that, it had reached the highest point since the end of last April. According to the news agency MBI, buying in prices for copper scrap rose by up to €5 per 100 kilograms last week. Some ...
The non-ferrous scrap metals market in Germany
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