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FeTi prices rise in Europe; still on the way up

January 17, 2014 - 17:41 GMT Location: London

KEYWORDS: ferro-titanium , prices , noble alloys , Europe , trader , producer

Ferro-titanium prices rose to $6-6.20 per kg in Europe on Friday January 17, as market participants continued to report strong demand.

The price has now broken through $6 per kg on the low end, after moving to $5.95 per kg on Wednesday, and is not expected to weaken in the near future. The dearth of titanium sponge has continued to be supportive for ferro-titanium prices, sources said, and even in-warehouse prices are now creeping above $6. "People are trying to sell more and...

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