April 2017

STEEL WEEK IN BRIEF: Quarterly coal still not settled, steel prices up in China, Q1 results...

Metal Bulletin reviews the major stories affecting the steel market this week.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Copper inches higher amid equity surge

Correspondent Dalton Barker reviews the week in the non-ferrous metals markets.

NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: MB INTL Nickel Conference; Lord Bagri dies; Simon Heale retires; MMTA Conference; Cobalt 27 Corp; ASA Metals acquisition

Here’s a round-up of some of the key metal markets news and price moves covered by Metal Bulletin journalists over the past week.

STEEL WEEK IN BRIEF: Bearish steel markets, US wire rod case, worrying news from China

Metal Bulletin reviews some of the key news and price moves from the past week in the global steel market.

NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: LME ceo appointment; Arconic-Elliott spat; Shanghai copper premiums; Afarak FeCr production; Mn ore volatility; GTL refinery closure

Here’s a round up of some of the key metal markets news and price moves covered by Metal Bulletin journalists over the past week.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Comex copper price stabilises on positive Chinese data

Correspondent Dalton Barker reviews the week in the non-ferrous metals markets.

STEEL WEEK IN BRIEF: Iron ore prices plunge, Chinese steel export prices fall, EU HRC trade case...

Metal Bulletin reviews some of the key news and price moves from the past week in the global steel market.

NON-FERROUS WEEK IN BRIEF: Cesco round-up; optimistic copper forecasts; CME closing London operations; cobalt tightens; FeMo concerns

After another busy week in the Metal Bulletin offices, we take a look back over the key news and price moves from the past week.

GLOBAL BILLET WRAP: Prices fall amid mixed market signs

Steel billet prices fell in most markets this week, as demand remained limited and sellers from China and other regions were forced to reduce their offers.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Comex copper steady despite newsy week

Correspondent Dalton Barker reviews the week in the non-ferrous metals markets.