This Morning in Metals: Energy costs surge; steel imports rise; aluminum price picks up

This morning in metals news: energy costs surged in 2021; U.S. steel imports picked up in November; and, lastly, aluminum prices rose during the second half of December. All the metals intelligence you need in one user-friendly platform with unlimited …

This morning in metals news: energy costs surged in 2021; U.S. steel imports picked up in November; and, lastly, aluminum prices rose during the second half of December. All the metals intelligence you need in one user-friendly platform with unlimited usage. Request a MetalMiner Insights platform demo. Energy costs rise in 2021 Energy costs surged...

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This Morning in Metals: Chinese auto sales rise 14.9% month over month

This morning in metals news: Chinese auto sales picked up in September on a month-over-month basis; the Energy Information Administration forecast a significant jump in natural gas prices this winter; and, lastly, U.K. steel manufacturers are asking for government intervention in the ongoing energy crisis. Stay up to date on MetalMiner with weekly updates –…

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This morning in metals news: Chinese auto sales picked up in September on a month-over-month basis; the Energy Information Administration forecast a significant jump in natural gas prices this winter; and, lastly, U.K. steel manufacturers are asking for government intervention in the ongoing energy crisis. Stay up to date on MetalMiner with weekly updates –...

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This Morning in Metals: Consumer Price Index rises 0.4% in September

This morning in metals news: The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 0.4% in September; meanwhile, U.S. steel capacity utilization fell to 84.2%; and, lastly, the Energy Information Administration forecasts U.S. households will spend more on energy this…

This morning in metals news: The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 0.4% in September; meanwhile, U.S. steel capacity utilization fell to 84.2%; and, lastly, the Energy Information Administration forecasts U.S. households will spend more on energy this winter. Each month, MetalMiner hosts a webinar on a specific metals topic. Explore the upcoming webinars and...

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This Morning in Metals: Job openings, hires decline in August

This morning in metals news: job openings and new hires fell in August, the Census Bureau reported; steel producers in the U.K. are warning of an energy-related crisis; and, lastly, Liberty Steel received a £50 million boost that it says will preserve about 660 jobs. Stay up to date on MetalMiner with weekly updates –…

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This morning in metals news: job openings and new hires fell in August, the Census Bureau reported; steel producers in the U.K. are warning of an energy-related crisis; and, lastly, Liberty Steel received a £50 million boost that it says will preserve about 660 jobs. Stay up to date on MetalMiner with weekly updates –...

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Europe follows China, India in battling rising energy costs

We have written twice over the last week concerning the energy crunch, first in China and then India. Thermal coal prices have risen to record levels, threatening to impact GDP growth as a result of electricity rationing. The Financial Times observes t…

We have written twice over the last week concerning the energy crunch, first in China and then India. Thermal coal prices have risen to record levels, threatening to impact GDP growth as a result of electricity rationing. The Financial Times observes that China has suffered a triple whammy of emissions restrictions on power generation, a...

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