(D) – The LME price for a tonne of copper moved above the $9,100 mark at the beginning of last week after having declined in the week before. This rebound also gave a boost to copper scrap prices, with the wholesale buying-in price rising by €10 per 100 kilograms last week on the German market according to the ...
The non-ferrous scrap metals market in Germany
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