Base metals prices on the London Metal Exchange edged mostly higher at the close of business on Thursday September 20 but the complex lacked fresh directional news. Read more in our live futures report
Here are how prices looked at the close of trading:
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The wide spread between ferrous scrap and steel prices might not last going into next year, according to Stemcor's chief executive officer
have seen a steep decline for the first time since May after a number of cargoes were reported to have traded at lower levels.
Turkey has imposed a new 25% duty
on steel imports, which is payable once product-specific quotas have been exceeded.
Southeast Asian steel billet prices
have softened this week, with a mismatch between bids and offers keeping trading activity limited.
Molybdenum oxide prices
in Europe have dropped, with consumers in the steel sector said to be have been mostly absent for the past month.
Brazilian flat and long steel producer Cia Siderúrgica Nacional (CSN) has reached an agreement
with state environmental authorities to maintain operations at its Volta Redonda unit.