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20 Feb 2012 by Metal-Pages
Chinese ferro-molybdenum prices steady

BEIJING (Metal-Pages) 20-Feb-12.  Chinese ferro-molybdenum prices have continued to be steady despite ...

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Minor and specialty metals
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Thu 13:56 Kluchevsky Ferroalloy Plant to stop work for only two weeks
Thu 13:54 Windimurra Vanadium production capacity cut 20%
Thu 12:29 Brazil plane maker gets Q2 profits boost
Thu 12:28 China's Hanergy opens third CIGS shop in Baotou
Thu 12:22 Tight supply pushes crude indium prices up
Thu 12:14 Vale Q2 net profits boost masks lower iron ore prices
Thu 11:44 European indium market failing to take lead from China
Thu 11:28 Chinese magnesium producers undersell to boost capital
Thu 11:21 Manganese prices edge up amid tight spot supply
Thu 11:13 Chinese tellurium market slips on reduced consumer buying
Thu 10:49 Chinese tungsten carbide market sluggish in summer slowdown
Thu 10:39 Chinese cobalt metal market rebounds on tight supply
Thu 10:30 H1 molybdenum concentrate production up slightly in China
Thu 09:58 Lower tungsten prices hit Zhangyuan Tungsten H1 profit
Thu 08:57 Taseko doubles Q2 molybdenum output as grades climb
Thu 01:02 Codelco-Jogmec ink exploration, mining technology deal
Wed 23:20 Lithium output lifts FMC Q2 numbers
Wed 21:57 Proposed mining rule changes feed investment uncertainty in Chile
Wed 19:50 Ferro-titanium market turns on supply squeeze
Wed 18:45 Spain auto sector revival boosts Gerdau specialty steel output
Ferro Alloys
Thu 17:26 Aperam says Q2 net profit $36m, cautious outlook because of nickel
Thu 13:56 Kluchevsky Ferroalloy Plant to stop work for only two weeks
Thu 13:54 Windimurra Vanadium production capacity cut 20%
Thu 12:43 Ferro-molybdenum outlook shaky on lower restocking in China
Thu 12:41 Hike in Indian steel prices supports weak manganese alloy market
Thu 12:29 Brazil plane maker gets Q2 profits boost
Thu 12:14 Vale Q2 net profits boost masks lower iron ore prices
Thu 12:05 India Market Report – alloy markets shows mixed trends
Thu 10:29 China’s HBIS increases FeSi tender price in August
Thu 09:50 China’s Shagang Group raises August SiMn tender price
Thu 09:02 China ferro-silicon exports jump in June as illegal routes blocked
Thu 08:57 Taseko doubles Q2 molybdenum output as grades climb
Thu 01:02 Codelco-Jogmec ink exploration, mining technology deal
Wed 23:20 Lithium output lifts FMC Q2 numbers
Wed 21:57 Proposed mining rule changes feed investment uncertainty in Chile
Wed 19:50 Ferro-titanium market turns on supply squeeze
Wed 18:45 Spain auto sector revival boosts Gerdau specialty steel output
Rare Earths
Thu 11:51 European mischmetal market softens on sluggish business
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