TITANIUM SNAPSHOT: Alloy market establishes price floor

Key data from the pricing session in Europe on Wednesday July 29.

Key drivers The ferro-titanium market has established a price floor after dropping steadily in recent weeks, with the price range holding in its present range in expectation of renewed demand and tighter scrap availability in the near term. For now, the alloy price range is at a level last seen on February 3, 2017, when the assessed price was $3.70-4.10 per kg delivered. Trading activity is quiet and is expected to stay that way for...

Published

Declan Conway

July 29, 2020

15:59 GMT

Galway