This Morning in Metals: Norsk Hydro to expand capacity at Sjunnen extrusion plant

This morning in metals news: Norsk Hydro plans to expand capacity at its Sjunnen aluminum extrusion plant; the Pilbara Ports Authority reported a decline in throughput in July; and, lastly, the United States International Trade Commission conducted a f…

This morning in metals news: Norsk Hydro plans to expand capacity at its Sjunnen aluminum extrusion plant; the Pilbara Ports Authority reported a decline in throughput in July; and, lastly, the United States International Trade Commission conducted a five-year sunset review on existing duty orders for carbon and alloy steel standard, line and pressure pipe...

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This Morning in Metals: Rio Tinto commits $2.4B in funding for Serbia lithium project

This morning in metals news: miner Rio Tinto said it had committed funding of $2.4 billion toward the Jadar lithium-borates project in Serbia; meanwhile, the U.S. international trade in goods deficit rose in June; and, finally, the United States Intern…

This morning in metals news: miner Rio Tinto said it had committed funding of $2.4 billion toward the Jadar lithium-borates project in Serbia; meanwhile, the U.S. international trade in goods deficit rose in June; and, finally, the United States International Trade Commission determined imports of metal lockers from China materially injure U.S. industry. Want MetalMiner...

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This Morning in Metals: USITC makes determinations in sunset review of cut-to-length carbon steel plate imports

This morning in metals news: the United States International Trade Commission made determinations in a five-year sunset review covering imports of cut-to-length carbon steel plate; meanwhile, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will outline the Biden-Harris administration’s “worker-centered trade policy” today; and, lastly, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers rose by 0.6% in…

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This morning in metals news: the United States International Trade Commission made determinations in a five-year sunset review covering imports of cut-to-length carbon steel plate; meanwhile, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will outline the Biden-Harris administration’s “worker-centered trade policy” today; and, lastly, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers rose by 0.6% in...

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USITC votes to maintain duties on steel nail imports from five countries

For those in the market for steel nails — particularly those in the construction sector, who are already facing skyrocketing lumber costs — an announcement this week offers no pricing relief. With volatile steel markets, knowing which strategy to execute and when can make all the difference between saving and losing money. See how MetalMiner…

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For those in the market for steel nails — particularly those in the construction sector, who are already facing skyrocketing lumber costs — an announcement this week offers no pricing relief. With volatile steel markets, knowing which strategy to execute and when can make all the difference between saving and losing money. See how MetalMiner...

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This Morning in Metals: Rio Tinto reaches new financing deal for Oyu Tolgoi

This morning in metals news: miner Rio Tinto announced it had reached a financing plan with Turquoise Hill Resources for the Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in Mongolia; meanwhile, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) made a countervailing duty ruling on chassis and subassemblies from China; and, lastly, China’s National Bureau of Statistics released Producer…

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This morning in metals news: miner Rio Tinto announced it had reached a financing plan with Turquoise Hill Resources for the Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in Mongolia; meanwhile, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) made a countervailing duty ruling on chassis and subassemblies from China; and, lastly, China’s National Bureau of Statistics released Producer...

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This Morning in Metals: Chile’s industrial output, copper production fall in February

This morning in metals news: Chile’s INE reported the country’s industrial production, including copper production, fell in February; meanwhile, US automotive sales fell in February; and, lastly, the United States International Trade Commission made duty rulings on imports of silicon metal. Want an occasional email from MetalMiner that highlights new content with NO sales ploys?…

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This morning in metals news: Chile’s INE reported the country’s industrial production, including copper production, fell in February; meanwhile, US automotive sales fell in February; and, lastly, the United States International Trade Commission made duty rulings on imports of silicon metal. Want an occasional email from MetalMiner that highlights new content with NO sales ploys?...

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This Morning in Metals: US mines produced $82.3 billion in minerals last year

This morning in metals news: US mines produced approximately $82.3 billion in minerals in 2020; meanwhile, the United States International Trade Commission launched a Section 337 investigation related to batteries; and, lastly, aluminum prices have bee…

This morning in metals news: US mines produced approximately $82.3 billion in minerals in 2020; meanwhile, the United States International Trade Commission launched a Section 337 investigation related to batteries; and, lastly, aluminum prices have been dropping. US mines produced $82.3 billion in minerals in 2020 US mines produced approximately $82.3 billion in minerals last...

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This Morning in Metals: Recapping December metals prices; Steel Dynamics earnings guidance; USITC launches Section 337 probe

This morning in metals news: MetalMiner’s Maria Rosa Gobitz recaps movements in December metals prices; Steel Dynamics released its Q4 earnings guidance; and, finally, the United States International Trade Commission launched a Section 337 investigation relating to vehicle control systems. We know what you should be paying for metals — MetalMiner should-cost models are the…

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This morning in metals news: MetalMiner’s Maria Rosa Gobitz recaps movements in December metals prices; Steel Dynamics released its Q4 earnings guidance; and, finally, the United States International Trade Commission launched a Section 337 investigation relating to vehicle control systems. We know what you should be paying for metals — MetalMiner should-cost models are the...

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USITC votes to maintain antidumping duties on non-oriented electrical steel

The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) last week voted to maintain antidumping duties on non-oriented electrical steel. The MetalMiner 2021 Annual Outlook consolidates our 12-month view and provides buying organizations with a complete understanding of the fundamental factors driving prices and a detailed forecast that can be used when sourcing metals for 2021 —…

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The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) last week voted to maintain antidumping duties on non-oriented electrical steel. The MetalMiner 2021 Annual Outlook consolidates our 12-month view and provides buying organizations with a complete understanding of the fundamental factors driving prices and a detailed forecast that can be used when sourcing metals for 2021 —...

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This Morning in Metals: Senate allocates funding for Aluminum Import Monitoring system

This morning in metals news: the Senate Committee on Appropriations allocated funding for a new Aluminum Import Monitoring system; the United States International Trade Commission voted to continue an aluminum foil investigation; and natural gas invent…

This morning in metals news: the Senate Committee on Appropriations allocated funding for a new Aluminum Import Monitoring system; the United States International Trade Commission voted to continue an aluminum foil investigation; and natural gas inventories are at a record high. The MetalMiner 2021 Annual Outlook consolidates our 12-month view and provides buying organizations with...

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