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COPPER PRICES POST STEEP WEEKLY LOSS ON STRONGER GREENBACK

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Falling Copper costs means opportunities to negotiate lower prices for electric motors, wiring, and plumbing components.   05.13.16 – Copper loses 3.7% of its value COMEX Copper futures ended Friday’s session nearly unchanged at $2.074 per lb.,

METAL PRICES TO BOTTOM OUT: MOST ANALYSTS HOPEFUL

  NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: It might be a good time to lock in prices for metal products.   February 2016 – The price collapse stops here When will base metal prices stop falling?  They have been trending lower for months, even

BASE METAL PRICES PLUMMET

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: You should be paying significantly less for Stainless Steel and Bronze parts and components. 11.20.15 – Copper and nickel hit six- and 12½-year lows Two of the world’s most important industrial metals, copper and nickel, fell to fresh

RUBBER PRICES FALL EVEN MORE AS COMMODITIES SLUMP

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Rubber prices are at 6-year lows – a good time to approach suppliers for price decreases.   Rubber has emerged as one of the worst performers amid the slump in global commodities in recent weeks, thanks to a

NICKEL TRADING LIKE IT’S 2008

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Looks like Nickel prices may stay low for a long time to come, making Stainless Steel components more economically viable than in the past.   On the London Metal Exchange (LME), benchmark nickel for three-month delivery is currently

METALS PRICES FOLLOW GOLD’S WAKE IN MULTIYEAR LOWS

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: A great time to be calling your metal parts suppliers and negotiating decreases.   China adding to market malaise Prices of major traded-metals have tumbled to multi-year lows as weak Chinese manufacturing data added to the brew of excess

COPPER AT LOWEST SINCE FINANCIAL CRISIS

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Industrial metals are at 6-year lows – a great time to approach suppliers to lower prices. Copper futures dipped below $5,000 a metric ton Tuesday (August 18, 2015) for the first time since the financial crisis, dropping under

Copper’s price plunge and hits lowest in 5-1/2 years

Copper for delivery in three months dropped 5.3 percent Wednesday to settle at $5,548 a metric ton ($2.52 a pound) on the London Metal Exchange, after dropping as much as 8.6 percent, the biggest intraday loss since October 2008. It

Copper at a 2-week high in New York

Copper futures for December delivery rose 0.4 percent to settle at $3.237 a pound at 1:18 p.m. on the Comex in New York, after touching $3.246, the highest for a most-active contract since Aug. 11. Copper rose to a two-week

Nickel: best performing base metal for the year

The nickel market is still reacting to the ban on nickel ore exports imposed by top producer Indonesia earlier this year. That changed the landscape of the global nickel market, constricting supply to the biggest consumers in countries such as