GLOBAL CHROME SNAPSHOT: European alloy prices keep rising amid increased inquiries

Key data from the pricing sessions in Europe, Asia and the United States for the week ending Friday February 14.

Europe The high-carbon ferro-chome market rose for the fourth consecutive week with some producers reporting a steady recovery in the volume of inquiries they received and prices achieved. Some consumers reported that their use of the spot market was limited, however, because weak demand for stainless steel meant their alloy needs were met via their contract agreements. China ...

Published

Janie Davies

Chris Kavanagh

Jon Stibbs

Siyi Liu

February 14, 2020

18:40 GMT

Shanghai, London, New York