Europe FeTi falls on cheaper Russian imports, quiet demand

The European ferro-titanium market dropped in the week ended Wednesday June 22 because cheap Russian material and quiet consumer demand dragged down prices, with further losses possible if current conditions persist as expected through the summer slowdown, trade sources told Fastmarkets.

Fastmarkets' price assessment for ferro-titanium 70% Ti, max 4.5% Al, ddp Europe dropped by more than 8% to $15.50-17.10 per kg Ti on Wednesday June 22, from $16.50-19.00 per kg...

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Declan Conway

June 22, 2022

16:10 GMT

Galway