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CHARGE CHROME INDEX: Prices rise as quarterly deals are signed
June 27, 2014 - 17:25 GMT
steel-making raw materials
Charge chrome prices inched higher in China as South African producers sold quarterly volumes into China at higher prices than last quarter and recent spot levels.
Metal Bulletin’s charge chrome index cif
Shanghai rose 1 cent to 81 cents per lb. Deals were reported in
a wide range of 80-85.5 cents per lb, offers were reported at
83-84 cents per lb and assessments came in at 80-81 cents per
lb. It is the first time prices have risen since February,
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